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Default TF101 and slider getting jelly bean after all?

http://www.androidauthority.com/asus...graded-101430/

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i tought so i after all have contact with ASUS and they were going to get some people for testing here at xda
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A more open Asus, with a beta test programme for technical users* would instantly do two things.

1) result in Asus shooting to the top of the cool list for tinker-types.
2) result in a more stable end product for non-technical types, with more bugs out of the system prior to OTA update.


*technical users being those that meet a minimum criteria of producing accurate and technical bug reports and not just "it doesn't work waaaaaaahhaaaaa".

If Asus doesn't do this, it's only a matter of time before someone else does it and takes the crown.
 
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A more open Asus, with a beta test programme for technical users* would instantly do two things.

1) result in Asus shooting to the top of the cool list for tinker-types.
2) result in a more stable end product for non-technical types, with more bugs out of the system prior to OTA update.


*technical users being those that meet a minimum criteria of producing accurate and technical bug reports and not just "it doesn't work waaaaaaahhaaaaa".

If Asus doesn't do this, it's only a matter of time before someone else does it and takes the crown.
Bear in mind that the TF101 still has issues with ICS, so don't hold your breath too long!!
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Bear in mind that the TF101 still has issues with ICS, so don't hold your breath too long!!
There is that. But Asus has had the code for a while and I think the bug fixing via XDA users will go a long way to fixing various issues.

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Quality bug reporting, not bug fixing, that's best left to Asus.

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If anyone is interested, the first JB ROM is available to download in the development section. It's pretty raw right now.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1779133
 
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may i'll get back stock after all XD..

seriously i hope asus will release jb for tf101, they said there would be updates for 18 months since the device came out.

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