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After upgrade to 9.2.1.24, were SOD/RR fixed for u ?

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Default After upgrade to 9.2.1.24, were SOD/RR fixed for u ?

If u have upgraded to 9.2.1.24 (released May 16 to US/TW), please let us know if your SOD/RR issues were fixed. Another annoying issue we had was Gmail crashing.
 
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The .24 update has been up for less than 24 hours, and you folks are saying that you've already experienced a random reboot and/or sleep of death? Wow -- surprising to see it come up so quickly. I hope you guys performed the cold boot (shut down, then power+vol down and then either wait or choose the cold boot option) as we were told to do after applying the update.

So far I can't say anything about whether its fixed or not. It hasn't been nearly long enough, and won't be for at least 2 weeks. Announcing that its "solved" before running for at least that long seems silly, given the past history on this issue.

For those reporting that it isn't solved for you -- perhaps you could explain what you had happen?
 
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Installed .24, cold booted, and have experienced one RR and Gmail issues in the first few hours of use. No SOD yet thankfully.
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Well, I can now confirm on at least one unit that the RR problem is still there, too (I have 2 TF101s in my house). OTA update was applied to a stock, unrooted TF101, cold booted, and about an hour ago it rebooted on its own. It was a full reboot and did not hang on the logo screen.
 
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dang ... I guess I will keep waiting for TF700 then, while enjoying the TF101 that I downgraded to HC few days ago ...

BTW, the TF300 seems to not be immune to SOD/RR either, bummer
 
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any updates on screen tearing?

also, minor note to those having RR/SOD issues? you guys should seriously consider using the "test" kernel by guevor. i recommend 17 or 17c.
 
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guess i'm gonna answer my own question....no more screen tears (for me anyway) with the new update. add that my guevor's custom kernel...and my ics is perfect.

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Mine's been on for almost 12 hours. No problems so far. Hearing people still having it though, makes me anticipate it happening.

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