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Official ASUS Thread - ICS Update on TF101 (20-Mar-2012)

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I don't think people have been paying attention to what is said on this forum...

The problem (reboot on sleep) is with the suspend code and has been fixed by a kernel dev, guevor.

Other stuff like screen flicker is caused by bugs in the proprietary NVIDIA blob that runs in userspace, so we have to wait for upstream.

If you have a rooted TF, just flash guevor's kernel and it will become stable again.

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A more accurate assessment would be "one of the problems", I think. We don't know it was the only one, for sure. The problems are too intermittent to state that with any certainty.

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I have also read a few posts where poeple are still have issues, even on that kernel, so I'm not yet convinced the problems are fixed.

I'll stick it out with Honeycomb until I know for sure this time! I actually need to use my device and not use it as a test bed for the OS any more...

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I don't think people have been paying attention to what is said on this forum...

The problem (reboot on sleep) is with the suspend code and has been fixed by a kernel dev, guevor.

Other stuff like screen flicker is caused by bugs in the proprietary NVIDIA blob that runs in userspace, so we have to wait for upstream.

If you have a rooted TF, just flash guevor's kernel and it will become stable again.

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What's keeping Asus from delivering an update to fix this issue?
 
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What's keeping Asus from delivering an update to fix this issue?
We don't know but we are sure that they are working on it.
Have a random reboot and want to help a dev? Install this app:
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It only captures the log after the reboot happend

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What's keeping Asus from delivering an update to fix this issue?
Might be they are finishing up the release of the TF300 next week?
 
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I don't think people have been paying attention to what is said on this forum...

The problem (reboot on sleep) is with the suspend code and has been fixed by a kernel dev, guevor.

Other stuff like screen flicker is caused by bugs in the proprietary NVIDIA blob that runs in userspace, so we have to wait for upstream.

If you have a rooted TF, just flash guevor's kernel and it will become stable again.
My TF101 is not rooted, and I don't want to ! (for now, as long as Asus keeps updating this model)
So, still waiting for an official update
 
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My TF101 is not rooted, and I don't want to ! (for now, as long as Asus keeps updating this model)
So, still waiting for an official update
install the wakelock app dude.it works. since i installed it.no sleep of death or random reboots. i dont have a dock.so the wakelock app works for me
try it
u wont regret it.uses little more battery.but it works
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Question No more SOD with sound ON ???

I'm also having issues with "Sleep Of Death" since the .21 update.
Note: my tablet is always plugged to the Dock.

I've tried the following methods, but none have worked:
- uninstall Google Chrome
- "force GPU Rendering" for 2D applications (in developper menu)
- "disable" wake-up by dock/keyboard
- Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep

HOWEVER, I suspect a strange behavior with sound/vibrator: Sound was still ON during night (by mistake) and no SOD happend during that night.

Since this day, I've tried:
- putting the tablet sound "OFF/vibrate": at least one SOD per day + battery drain
- putting the tablet sound "ON, minimum volume": no more SOD for 4 days and battery life seems much longer.

=> I'll PM Gary Key if more information/help is required.
 
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My TF101 is not rooted, and I don't want to ! (for now, as long as Asus keeps updating this model)
So, still waiting for an official update
+1 Same here!

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