ASUS EeePad Transformer Receives ICS in Taiwan, hitting UK tomorrow
ASUS Transformer has been around for a long time now, and it’s one of the best selling Android tablets to date. Last month, we heard that ASUS EeePad Transformer will receive ICS update in early February, and guess what? ASUS has finally launched the Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich update for ASUS Transformer in Taiwan. Check out the official announcement they made on their global Facebook page:
Many of our Eee Pad Transformer TF101 users have waited patiently for the promised Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update and we are delighted to announce that the first wave of FOTA updates for TF101 firmware v.18.104.22.168 started today in Taiwan. The update will FOTA in other regions soon after.
Although we will announce several new innovations at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, we take great pride in delivering on-going enhancements and support for products that are well into their life cycle.
Also ASUS UK confirmed that the update will be live in UK tomorrow:
Those of you with your finger firmly on the tech news pulse will have already noticed that the ICS update for TF101 is rolling out in Taiwan today.
The OTA update will, barring security issues, be starting in the UK tomorrow so keep a steady eye on your devices and let us know when you get it and what you think!
Now I am thinking when the update will hit USA, because that’s what all the US EeePad Transformer users are thinking. Hopefully, we can expect that ASUS will launch the update for US market within coming weeks, so let’s wait for announcement from ASUS.
Transformer users in Taiwan and UK, are you ready for some ICS experience? Tell us in the comment box below.
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