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28th March 2012, 07:41 AM   |  #631  
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junrider, demandarin Google Translate RUUULLLEZ ))))))))))

I know right..lol

seems like only thing added from last .19 changelog we saw is the face unlock and wifi direct.

I wish they would add the bug fixes also to changelog. their changelog only shows features. must be too many bug fixes to list...lmfao
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28th March 2012, 07:43 AM   |  #632  
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I know right..lol

seems like only thing added from last .19 changelog we saw is the face unlock and wifi direct.

I wish they would add the bug fixes also to changelog. their changelog only shows features. I think the .19 one showed a couple bug fixes or something.

and .20 too
28th March 2012, 07:46 AM   |  #633  
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Big news on the horizon for users of Transformer Prime! And 'in fact an update coming very full-bodied, with version number 9.4.2.21. Here's what changed: first, it will be possible to control notifications (unread mails, etc ...) directly from the screen lock.
Some apps will change the system default name: the Market will Play Store, Books become Play Books, Music and Video will become Play Music Play Music.
There will be an update from ASUS Vibe from version 1.0 to version 2.0 (and consequently also an update of the app and myCloud MyLibrary). The new version of the Vibe will propose an improved interface and more content.
We will support the connection of Prime LAN cable, using the Ethernet to USB converter UX Series (sold separately as an accessory). Function that we implemented in response to demands made on Facebook.
With the new release there will be a new mechanism to update the camera firmware: will no longer need to be updated separately, but will be updated directly with the image of the operating system.
Important news will be the long awaited support for Ad-hoc networks required (rightly) a loud voice to all of you after the move to ICS. And then you say that ASUS does not think
Finally we added the ability to display the HDMI output to TV viewing in choosing between portrait and landscape, each with an option to scale the video to full screen or cropparlo.
Among the upcoming features in the implementation of which we are working there are the Face Direct Unlock and WiFi.
That said: timing of update? Short, very short indeed. The release of the update on the devices should be Italian (except for last-minute problems) already this Thursday (March 29)!
At the same time we are working at full capacity to release another update that stabilizes the problems encountered by some of you on the TF101. And of course the update - long awaited - ICS for TF101G. Stay tuned

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damn, you beat me to it..lmao

Then it's one day before the US release, and yay! Can't wait for the new library. (Even if it's lame or at least not so geeky :D)
28th March 2012, 07:49 AM   |  #634  
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Tomorrow I'll have two good events - my birthday and out of the new firmware
cheers!
28th March 2012, 07:50 AM   |  #635  
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Then it's one day before the US release, and yay! Can't wait for the new library. (Even if it's lame or at least not so geeky :D)

I'm excited about wifi direct. I posted very detail description of what it was a page or 2 back. plus they said only one device needs to have wifi direct. all other devices only need regular wifi capabilities in order for the different things it can do to work.

edit: wifi direct detailed description and video on page 58 of this thread.
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28th March 2012, 07:58 AM   |  #636  
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Gary did say there was "exciting news" coming. I'd be willing to bet it will be exciting. As demandarin suggests, some may find it exciting, some may not. Others may be amazed. Others may be surprised.

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great way to put it.

Thought you might enjoy that...
28th March 2012, 08:17 AM   |  #637  
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I'm excited about wifi direct. I posted very detail description of what it was a page or 2 back. plus they said only one device needs to have wifi direct. all other devices only need regular wifi capabilities in order for the different things it can do to work.

edit: wifi direct detailed description and video on page 58 of this thread.

You know what would totally blow me away? The final release of Chrome slipped into the rom...

If Asus and Google is so much in hand in hand as it seems, it's not even impossible :D

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28th March 2012, 08:55 AM   |  #638  
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It's slightly frustrating to see that Gary comes online ONCE during the day(usually in the morning) and then doesn't return. Especially since he has a lot of messages piled up. I know he's doing a great job and us a bit of a favour, but for R6500 and this thing doesn't work correctly, that's what I would expect...
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It's slightly frustrating to see that Gary comes online ONCE during the day(usually in the morning) and then doesn't return. Especially since he has a lot of messages piled up. I know he's doing a great job and us a bit of a favour, but for R6500 and this thing doesn't work correctly, that's what I would expect...

Instead, I think it's kinda cool that an official came to XDA, and also using this community to test out beta roms as it was with .15 (These sort of experimental stuff is the purpose of this forum, innit?) Probably he has tons of other things to do during the day, but he still puts an effort to do this. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I didn't really see this sort of stuff before...
28th March 2012, 09:33 AM   |  #640  
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Instead, I think it's kinda cool that an official came to XDA, and also using this community to test out beta roms as it was with .15 (These sort of experimental stuff is the purpose of this forum, innit?) Probably he has tons of other things to do during the day, but he still puts an effort to do this. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I didn't really see this sort of stuff before...

Its true. No other tablet or even phone company has ever had this kind of close involvement with its users in the forums.

On another note, thinking about it, Gary says new firmware update will release "BY" the 30th. For north America. So technically it could arrive anytime now through Friday.

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