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    Default 3rd Installment of ICS 4/24/2012

    You know the drill...
    Who's got it? Who likes it? Who hates it? Who'd rather trade it for an iPad?
    Find any unexpected enhancements? Time travel? Teleportation? Free will? Mustard dispensing spout?
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    I'll let you know as soon as I play with it a bit. Regardless, I would NEVER trade it for an iPad.
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    After installing the update my homepage acts strange if I touch my asus web storage icon it starts to run them freezes at the startup. I noticed that if I go to my app listing and start the asus web storage from there it works just fine. Also that the screen sometimes gets jittery and it looses the touch control and only responds when I use the mousepad control on my base. I did try replacing the web storage icon on my home screen but the freeze up was still a problem.
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    No issues yet.
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    Default Re: 3rd Installment of ICS 4/24/2012

    Basic release notes, with quick summary of changes here:4/24/12 Update.

    Personally, I'll be running my Revolver ICS RC rom for a bit longer, until I see some really solid news that ASUS has fixed all the mess. I had the reboots, process.media error, hangs, lags... It was a hot mess. Revolver is damn solid for me, with Guevor's Test16 kernel.

    Take care folks! Good luck, and I hope this fixes issues!
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    I didn't have much issues with last release of ICS...just reboots but not more than once a week. If this updates resolves that and still works well like the last one, I'll be happy.
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    Left my transformer on while I was at lunch. When I returned it had apparently booted itself and was frozen on the startup screen. Had to force restart then the screen to unlock was unresponsive. Restarted again and is now working. So far for me at least this update is a disaster.
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    Same here. Bought a brand new transformer yesterday after my Acer A500 got fried. I like the transformer but the reboot issue is a pain. Installed wake lock until they resolve the issue. Love Android stuff - its always an adventure.
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    Up for 29 hours without a problem. Was rebooting at least once a day, especially right after plugging in keyboard dock.
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    Default Re: 3rd Installment of ICS 4/24/2012

    hmmmm i didn't get update this time
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhinrichs View Post
    Left my transformer on while I was at lunch. When I returned it had apparently booted itself and was frozen on the startup screen. Had to force restart then the screen to unlock was unresponsive. Restarted again and is now working. So far for me at least this update is a disaster.
    I had the exact same thing happen about an hour ago and also i notice that while it is in the dock it wakes up and shows the lock screen every few minutes or so. I went back to using wake lock which has been working well for me.
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    Now up 48 hours! I think they have solved the problem as far as I'm concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfox11 View Post
    Now up 48 hours! I think they have solved the problem as far as I'm concerned.
    I agree. However now the gmail app is acting up..force closing, freezes, etc. I've been using the chrome browser as a workaround once the gmail app starts to show these issues
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    Default Re: 3rd Installment of ICS 4/24/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by dfox11 View Post
    Now up 48 hours! I think they have solved the problem as far as I'm concerned.
    I wouldn't be so quick to say that. With that last update I ran with an 11 day uptime before reboots started showing up again.
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    I assume that those of you with no issues yet have turned off Wake Lock, if you have been using it? I received the update, turned of the wake lock app and had a reboot within a few hours. But I think it might have been kid caused. ha ha. I am still watching it now to see how it does. Nothing today.
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    I use mine quite a bit and this last update didn't fix anything other than it doesn't spontaneously reboot as often. It was a great device with gingerbread but now I am rethinking purchasing any of the new ones until this one is as stable as it was and had been for almost a year.
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    Within hours of updating, it went into the loop thing until the battery was nearly dead and I caught it. Great job Asus. You took a great tablet for me and made me question my choice.
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    I've had the Sleep of Death every day since the first ICS update. Very frustrating.
    But this last update has finally fixed the issue for me. Zero issues so far.

    I'm hoping Asus can fix the typing latency I get sometimes with the keyboard dock.
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    Was working ok, but today I received reboot loop.

    Sent from my Transformer TF101 using Tapatalk
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    Same here, Coachman.
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    I never got the update.....but now tab running slow....and on dock the mouse pad just stop working...no curser
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    Hey, dumb question from a newby, how do I update to ICS?
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    Default Re: 3rd Installment of ICS 4/24/2012

    You've got to be kidding
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    Quote Originally Posted by kvhnsn View Post
    Hey, dumb question from a newby, how do I update to ICS?
    If you have a wireless connection, usually you'll get an ASUS Update notification appear at the bottom right corner of the screen. But if not, you can get the update manually by:

    1) Going to your App Drawer
    2) Select "Settings"
    3) Select "About tablet"
    4) Select "System Firmware Update"
    5) Select "Check Update"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sh3ngLong View Post
    If you have a wireless connection, usually you'll get an ASUS Update notification appear at the bottom right corner of the screen. But if not, you can get the update manually by:

    1) Going to your App Drawer
    2) Select "Settings"
    3) Select "About tablet"
    4) Select "System Firmware Update"
    5) Select "Check Update"
    I just got one recently and it pulled down two updates for 3.2 but won't for ICS. If you go to the Asus website; you can download the update and flash it from a MicroSD card.
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