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'''This is development!'''
'''This is ICS development!'''
'''This is not for daily use'''
'''This is not for daily use'''

Revision as of 22:08, 19 February 2012

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Welcome to the Asus Eee Pad Transformer XDA Wiki page. This can be edited by any member so if you do, please keep it tidy.

-Add any info you feel can be helpful for others.

-If you have created a ROM then add it to the list.

-If you have written a handy guide or can link someone else's here, please do.


  • Operating System: Google Android 3.2.1
  • Processor: NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2 1.0GHz dual-core CPU
  • Display: 10.1" IPS (1280x800) Multi-touch input w/ Gorilla Glass
  • Memory: 1024MB RAM, 16/32GB Internal Storage, Expandable to 48/64GB (with microSD Cards)
  • Connectivity: WLAN 802.11b/g/n (2.4Ghz) , Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR
  • Dimensions: 271 x 176 x 12.9 mm
  • Weight: 680g
  • Battery: 9.5hrs

General Info


Getting root access




PRIME! V2.1.1 | Change log

Developer: Roach2010

Last Update: 14th November 2011

  • Firmware Version:
  • Support for 3G-model and slider: Yes/Yes

Android Revolution HD™

ARHD 2.3.2 | Change log: middle of OP

Developer: mike1986.

Last Update: 14th January 2012

  • Firmware Version:
  • Support for 3G-model and slider: Yes/No
  • Android Revolution HD is the only ROM based on the official tf1010g firmware. Therefor it's firmware versions will differ from the rest of the ROMs.


Revolver 3.11.1 - HC3B1 | Change log

Developer: gnufabio

Last Update: 20th January 2012


KRAKD 1.5.2 | Change log

Developer: jcarrz1

Last Update: 23th January 2012

  • Firmware Version:
  • Support for 3G-model and slider: Yes/Yes


EeeBOMB v1.0.0

Developer: CdTDroiD

Last Update: 26th November 2011 | Initial Release

  • Firmware Version:
  • Support for 3G-model and slider: N/A


ULTIMATE_Series-REVENGEditon v.4

Developer: MagnusRagnarok

Last Update: 18th July 2011

Firmware Versoin: N/A

  • Support fro 3G-model and slider: No/No


This is a TouchWiz port. This is not for daily use!

TFWiz 1.4 | Change log: Bottom of OP

Developer: fonix232

Last Update: 23th January 2012

Things that don't work

  • Hardware Video Decoding
  • MTP
  • Camera

Things Dev want's to do

  • Optimize for better experience
  • Battery icon blinking


Probably everything else.


This is ICS development! This is not for daily use

Spark (ICS Port) | Change log: Bottom of OP

Developer: paulburtun

Last Update: 19th February 2012

Known Issues:

  • No GPS
  • No camera
  • No audio input
  • Other stuff. See bugtracker.


Netformer OC-kernel by netarchy

Last Update: 15th August 2011

  • Max clock: 1.6 GHz
  • kernel base
  • CIFS included
  • TUN built-in
  • NTFS support
  • Voodoo sound

OC,UV-kernel by Blades

Last Update: 7th December 2011

  • Max clock: 1.68 GHz
  • kernel base
  • CIFS included
  • TUN built-in
  • NTFS support
  • Voodoo sound
  • Alternative kernel build directly on an ARM Pandaboard. Get it here

Prime-kernel by Roach2010 (bottom of post)

Last Update: 22nd October 2011

  • Max clock: 1.6 GHz
  • kernel base
  • CFQ, BFQ, VR & SIO schedulers build in. VR is default.
  • Voodoo sound

Clemsyn's OC Kernel for elite

Last Update: 29th September 2011

  • Max clock. 1.646 GHz
  • kernel base
  • Voodoo sound
  • (unstable on Revolver 3.8+)

Mods & Tweaks


Part of the internal memory is mounted as /sdcard and thus all appdata will be installed there. When installing a lot of games it will therefor quickly be filled up. xda-member Mattiadj was anoyed by this and made a script that will mount your complete internal memory as /data and your external MicroSD card as /sdcard. His thread is found here.


There are two ways for running Linux on the Transformer. The first is running it directly from the internal memory and requires access to the bootloader with nvflash. This requires that your Transformer has a SBKv1. If your serial number is below B70 (e.g. B60 or B50) you are safe. If your SN is B70 you might be lucky. But if your SN is over B70 you can't do the trick. The second method is CHROOT which will run on all Transformers. Short descriptions on both ways and links to threads on the topic are below.

Ubuntu on internal storage

This will run Ubuntu directly on your internal storage. You can choose to only have Ubuntu or dual boot Ubuntu and Android.

/How to install Ubuntu


CHROOTing is a way of running a linux-disto on top of another. A complete explanation can be found here.

CHROOT thread in the forum

USB Peripherals

  • Mice and Keyboards work out of the box
  • USB to Ethernet
  • USB 3G modems
    • USB modem needs to be attached with SIM-card inserted before boot
  • DVB decoders (might work)
    • links is for the archos gen8, but might as well work on transformer

Further Information