Build 9.4.2.11 Rolling Out To An Asus Transformer Prime Near You

Those who experienced some “wacky” behavior after the most recent ICS update for the Transformer Prime, Asus has indeed begun rolling out their new update to make it up to you.  Build 9.4.2.11 should be rolling out to your device shortly and we’d definitely like to hear from you as to how well it’s working.  However, note that if you’re one of the individuals who rooted your device, THIS WILL BREAK ROOT.  Our own Editor, Stacy Bruce can attest to this as the OTA has recently rolled out to his rooted T-Prime.

“I noticed better GPS, less banding in apps and a faster browser”           - Stacy Bruce

He notes that you can use supercurio’s voodoo to restore root access, however.  And while there isn’t an official change log available we can note that the GPS is now showing version 6.9.13 from 6.8.13.  So, if you see anything different, be sure to report it in the comments below or in our forum.  In addition, it appears that the camera has been updated as well.  Stay tuned to the post as we’ll either provide the change log as soon as it’s available or create an entirely new post linking back to this one.  To check for the update on your Prime now, go to:  Settings—>About Tablet—>”System Firmware Update”.  And if you happened to miss our initial unboxing and hands-on of the device, be sure to check it out here.

[via Droid Life]


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  • Anonymous

    Well, since Asus (like every other company in the world) always prioritize the US and A first, I cannot download it yet… Europe will have to wait and live with the faults a couple of more days before they start remembering that they forgot the rest of the world.

  • (͠o_͠o)

    Stop whining.