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*** Firmware News & Alternative Install Methods*** Ver.10.6.1.14.8 date 1405

13th July 2012, 04:05 PM |#21  
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Me too. (Bought from Amazon.de being used in UK.)

Not updated it yet. This does stop you being rooted like the last Prime firmware update, does it?

Should I install OTA Rootkeeper first? Does it work on the Infinity?

It should work, it made a backup copy of "su" on mine.
I've rooted .22 TW firmware after data wipe using the method from Debugfs thread, so no problems there.
 
 
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Just got an OTA update to 9.4.5.22.

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Confirmed (Germany).
14th July 2012, 12:27 AM |#23  
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Hey there,

sadly the update doesn't seem to work for me. I checked for new updates, downloaded it and tried to install but the Infinity restarted after a while saying the update failed. When I check for updates now it tells me there aren't any available.

Could this be because I rooted the TF700T before?

I'm having the same problem as well.
14th July 2012, 02:46 AM |#24  
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Hey there,

sadly the update doesn't seem to work for me. I checked for new updates, downloaded it and tried to install but the Infinity restarted after a while saying the update failed. When I check for updates now it tells me there aren't any available.

Could this be because I rooted the TF700T before?

Missed your post. Root shouldn't change anything with OTA. These things happen however. If you can afford a fctory reset try one and see what happens. If it doesn't help call ASUS or do the update manually from recovery mode (which means another data wipe; you might want to try the first options now).

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14th July 2012, 10:58 AM |#25  
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Confirmed (Germany).

i got it also... im in GER too.
14th July 2012, 01:40 PM |#26  
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Missed your post. Root shouldn't change anything with OTA. These things happen however. If you can afford a fctory reset try one and see what happens. If it doesn't help call ASUS or do the update manually from recovery mode (which means another data wipe; you might want to try the first options now).

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Resetting the device doesn't help either. Strange. Guess I'll have to wait for the next update.

Since the WW-version of the update is not downloadable yet I can't try to install it from recovery mode.
14th July 2012, 01:56 PM |#27  
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Resetting the device doesn't help either. Strange. Guess I'll have to wait for the next update.

Since the WW-version of the update is not downloadable yet I can't try to install it from recovery mode.

Factory reset doesn't mean reboot. Factory reset = data & cache WIPE.

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Factory reset doesn't mean reboot. Factory reset = data & cache WIPE.

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That's what I did.
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got mine yesterday, and the ota in the afternoon... this **** is powerfull... and goodlooking.
14th July 2012, 03:09 PM |#30  
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That's what I did.

Oh, I see. I'm sorry it didn't help then. You can try flashing TW firmware from microSD and then re-flash it after some time when WW is out. I'm using the TW version, I've experienced a slight boost in performance which may be due to data wipe itself, but as to the changes - it only has a built-in Chinese keyboard, which of course is not used when you enter your locale at first boot. Apart from that, I don't see any major differences, and TW may get OTA updates faster I believe.
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