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New Update! 02/08/2012

14th February 2012, 04:26 PM |#591  
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Update - Thanks to a few members who provided detailed information about their setups, application installs and other items we were able to replicate the sleep/battery drain issues affecting several users. We have a new firmware image going through qualification testing now and will present this to Google shortly for approval. At this point, if the firmware passes qualification testing, we should be able to release it early next week or sooner.

Thanks Gary! This is indeed great news...
 
 
14th February 2012, 04:39 PM |#592  
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So another week not being able to use my Prime

I know they're working hard to fix the problem, but I've had my Prime for 18 days and not been able to use it once.
14th February 2012, 04:46 PM |#593  
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Update - Thanks to a few members who provided detailed information about their setups, application installs and other items we were able to replicate the sleep/battery drain issues affecting several users. We have a new firmware image going through qualification testing now and will present this to Google shortly for approval. At this point, if the firmware passes qualification testing, we should be able to release it early next week or sooner.

Please this time test it also on devices that don't have problems. Your last update fixed flawed Primes, but at the same time broke many that worked alright. Make sure to test both this time or we'll have this one going until summer.
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14th February 2012, 04:49 PM |#594  
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Please this time test it also on devices that don't have problems. Your last update fixed flawed Primes, but at the same time broke many that worked alright. Make sure to test both this time or we'll have this one going until summer.

This is an important point. I hope they're more careful with updates moving forward.
14th February 2012, 05:08 PM |#595  
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This is an important point. I hope they're more careful with updates moving forward.

I think that after another month with the Prime and its plethora of issues, ASUS will have no choice but to be careful with just about anything moving forward...
14th February 2012, 07:37 PM |#596  
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Update - Thanks to a few members who provided detailed information about their setups, application installs and other items we were able to replicate the sleep/battery drain issues affecting several users. We have a new firmware image going through qualification testing now and will present this to Google shortly for approval. At this point, if the firmware passes qualification testing, we should be able to release it early next week or sooner.

Gary,

Is it possible to fix the GPS after the 1/17 update killed it too? Prior to that update my GPS work (it was weak but functional). After the 1/17 update, it doesn't work at all.
14th February 2012, 07:51 PM |#597  
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So another week not being able to use my Prime

I know they're working hard to fix the problem, but I've had my Prime for 18 days and not been able to use it once.

easy, just downgrade to .11

that is what i did and is working beautifully back again. All the nighmare i had with battery drain, random reboot, sleep of death are now over.

When the new firmware is release i'll give it a few days and see how the users are reacting to it.
14th February 2012, 08:05 PM |#598  
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easy, just downgrade to .11

that is what i did and is working beautifully back again. All the nighmare i had with battery drain, random reboot, sleep of death are now over.

When the new firmware is release i'll give it a few days and see how the users are reacting to it.

Yes, it's a shame we have to be the beta testers for ASUS but I'll be waiting as well.
15th February 2012, 03:18 AM |#599  
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Update - Thanks to a few members who provided detailed information about their setups, application installs and other items we were able to replicate the sleep/battery drain issues affecting several users. We have a new firmware image going through qualification testing now and will present this to Google shortly for approval. At this point, if the firmware passes qualification testing, we should be able to release it early next week or sooner.

Thanks Gary, hope my data was helpfull. Looking foward to the update.
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This update improved my TFP201
This update improved my TFP201

Everything about it makes my prime better. Was having small issues this has made things work great.... Updated via U.S version as stated on Dev Forums
Note My prime is from the U.K
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