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6th December 2013, 08:53 PM   |  #1  
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My friend gave me an ASUS tablet that has a crack on the glass or digitizer (I'm assuming) so it's inoperable although the screen display fine. I've been trying to identify the model of the tablet but there's really nothing in the case that I can relate to. Can someone show me how to identify the ASUS tablet? I have more question in mind but I guess i start with that one first. Thank you much

I will try to see if I can post some photo later for easier to id the device
7th December 2013, 03:08 PM   |  #2  
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Hi all,
My friend gave me an ASUS tablet that has a crack on the glass or digitizer (I'm assuming) so it's inoperable although the screen display fine. I've been trying to identify the model of the tablet but there's really nothing in the case that I can relate to. Can someone show me how to identify the ASUS tablet? I have more question in mind but I guess i start with that one first. Thank you much

I will try to see if I can post some photo later for easier to id the device

tf201 has a metallic back
tf300 has a plastic back
8th December 2013, 09:04 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks cmendonc2, It does have a metal back panel. I'm attaching a couple of photos here hopefully it helps to confirm that. Also, what is more practical replacing the digitizer or the whole screen? Thank you
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Thanks cmendonc2, It does have a metal back panel. I'm attaching a couple of photos here hopefully it helps to confirm that. Also, what is more practical replacing the digitizer or the whole screen? Thank you

The images aren't loading for me.
Can you try uploading to imgur.com?
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ah....i can't post links from outside this forum, blocked by policy, i need to have 10 posts in order to post link from outside. Anyway, let me try with the attachment again. if this doesn't work i don't know how else I can post fotos without having post at least 10 posts. I got a feeling that might be the same reason for those attachments not working properly.
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8th December 2013, 09:46 PM   |  #6  
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ah....i can't post links from outside this forum, blocked by policy, i need to have 10 posts in order to post link from outside. Anyway, let me try with the attachment again. if this doesn't work i don't know how else I can post fotos without having post at least 10 posts. I got a feeling that might be the same reason for those attachments not working properly.

No, I can't see the attachment but it is probably a tf700 or tf201 with the metal backing
9th December 2013, 04:14 PM   |  #7  
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No, I can't see the attachment but it is probably a tf700 or tf201 with the metal backing

Yep that's a TF201

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9th December 2013, 05:04 PM   |  #8  
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Many thanks to all. that would help me to find the right replacement part and tutorial.
12th December 2013, 07:49 PM   |  #9  
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Many thanks to all. that would help me to find the right replacement part and tutorial.

that looks like a tf300 to me i can see the circle pattern and the camera doesnt have a led and the speaker is different on the tf201
15th December 2013, 08:24 PM   |  #10  
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Doesn't look like a TF201 to me. The speaker is not right, neither is the colour.

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