One of the best things about ASUS that other manufacturers, so far, haven’t done is they identify a problem pretty quickly and work on a fix even quicker. A couple weeks ago we asked our readers if their Transformer Prime was randomly rebooting, and quite a bit of people said yes it was. Well ASUS heard you, and they have no come out and said they are working on a fix and it should be out in February. That is pretty quick considering all the testing that goes on before updates are rolled out.
They also plan to fix some WiFi and Bluetooth dropout issues with a server side fix, something they are also aiming to fix next month. ASUS is currently collecting serial numbers from users through technical marketing manager Gary Keys on XDA. They are doing this so they can try and mirror your Transformer Prime and test to see how well the bug fix update will fix all the problems seen so far in the ICS update.
On another note, ASUS has not said anything further about when the original Transformer would be getting it’s official taste of Ice Cream Sandwich, but it looks like it’s still in Google’s hands. As soon as we hear anything we will bring you the news, like we always do.
Is your Transformer Prime rebooting? What is your Transformer Prime doing before it reboots? Let us know in the comments, I’m sure some ASUS people use Google to see what people are doing to get the random reboots.
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