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Message from Asus about Jelly Bean on TF101

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Hi Jesus,

We have no plans at this time to release an official Jelly Bean update for the Eee Pad Transformer.

If you're comfortable with an unofficial, non supported update, you can try following along this thread and updating it to Jelly Bean:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2010903

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10th January 2013, 03:02 PM |#2  
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Nothing new, but I'd rather recommend EOS
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10th January 2013, 03:21 PM |#3  
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but I'd rather recommend EOS

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I'm kind of amazed they pointed to XDA (or that their customer support was even aware of it). I guess I have to give them some respect for acknowledging that if nothing else. But I wish they would stop with the messing around and just say "never" if they are not going to do it. As long as they keep up with the "at this time" stuff it just holds back all of those of us who are reluctant to move from stock from getting on with it.
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Don't tell me you guys actually think this is real, and ASUS is sending people to XDA to download JB ROMS. lol

Sent from my Nexus 7 using xda premium
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11th January 2013, 01:56 AM |#6  
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Nothing new, but I'd rather recommend EOS

What are your main reasons? I've been trying the RaymanFX and EOS 4, and they seem very similar (although with EOS 4 in some forms, the keyboard closes.

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What are your main reasons? I've been trying the RaymanFX and EOS 4, and they seem very similar (although with EOS 4 in some forms, the keyboard closes.

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The latest EOS3 build is wonderfully stable, and you're not forced to use phablet UI
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What are your main reasons? I've been trying the RaymanFX and EOS 4, and they seem very similar (although with EOS 4 in some forms, the keyboard closes.

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I've tried most of them and EOS4 is the only one that's stable enough for me to use, and it works very well. With others (including rayman's) I have random reboots, freezes, lag, etc. I suspect performance/stability issues might have something to do with the exact model you own.
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What are your main reasons? I've been trying the RaymanFX and EOS 4, and they seem very similar (although with EOS 4 in some forms, the keyboard closes.

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I just think EOS is kept more up to date than Rayman's. Rayman publishes several ROM and sometimes he will left some of them without further update. Besides almost every Rayman ROM I have tried suffers from Wifi weak signal.

Anyway all of this is just based on my TF and personal feeling. You should try and pick the best one for you / your HW.

I also prefer EOS3 to EOS4. JB 4.2.1 (not EOS4, any JB 4.2.1 implementation) has some app incompatibility (not available on Play Store) that I don't like. And I find JB 4.1 snappier than 4.2.1. I have to oc my TF on 4.2.1 to get the same performance I get in 4.1 with stock clock speeds.
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EOS3 #81 & KAT Kernel
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I've tried most of them and EOS4 is the only one that's stable enough for me to use, and it works very well. With others (including rayman's) I have random reboots, freezes, lag, etc. I suspect performance/stability issues might have something to do with the exact model you own.

I'm on latest EOS4 nightly, #90, with timduru's recommended kernel and gapps from 01052013 and everything is great. I'm also using Apex launcher and Hacker's keyboard and not experiencing the minor lag that some are and my on-screen keyboard stays on-screen when it should.

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