Android 4.0 ICS update now rolling out for ASUS Transformer Prime

Android 4.0 ICS update now rolling out for ASUS Transformer Prime

Houston, we have ICS. If you’re a Transformer Prime user, you’ll be ecstatic to know that your ICS update is coming today rather than the previously thought Jan. 12th. The announcement was made at NVIDIA’s press conference at CES. This means that your beloved Prime will be the first ever Android tablet to receive this coveted upgrade. You can get yours today by heading to the software updates menu.

If you happen to get your update, be sure to let us know how it goes in the comments!

Source: Android Central

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8 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    January 10, 12:08 Reply

    any word on being able to change the stock keys back to stock without root? 

  2. A_e007
    January 23, 15:01 Reply

    I am still waiting on my update…is something wrong with my Prime?

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