Not long after updating their Asus Transformer Prime to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, some users have started complaining about random lockups. There’s a thread over at the XDA Forums (here) where quite many users are reporting this (or similar issues).
Luckily, Asus has acknowledged the problem and it’s working to fix it.
According to The Verge, the company hopes “to have a fix [for the issue] available in early February.”
It’s not the first time when Transformer Prime owners are reporting problems – the tablet had a GPS issue, too, which was fixed with a software update earlier this month.
The Transformer Prime was launched in December (running Android Honeycomb) as the world’s first quad-core tablet. Since then, Asus has already announced an upgraded model – the Transformer Prime TF700T, which should be released in the second quarter with a 1920 x 1200 pixels display.
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