ASUS Transformer Infinity and Transformer Prime now receiving Android 4.1 update

ASUS Transformer Infinity and Transformer Prime now receiving Android 4.1 update

Back in July, ASUS released a statement that they will launch Jelly Bean update for their Transformer line of tablets i.e. Transformer Pad, Transformer Pad Prime, and Transformer Pad Infinity. ASUS was supposed to launch Android 4.1 for Transformer Pad Infinity on Sept. 28, but they delayed it a little bit and decided to launch it today. The update is now rolling out, and the image below confirms it that it’s a true story.

Also the update is available for the famous Transformer Prime as well. Though we don’t know when the original Transformer Pad will receive the update. So if your Transformer Prime or Infinity is running on Jelly Bean at the moment, then don’t forget to share your experience with us.

So are you on Jelly Bean yet? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Phandroid

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  1. garak0410
    October 01, 12:19 Reply

    Beyond taking several reboots and deleting cache and data from a service, and it finally downloaded.. After the upgrade, I did a factory reset and it is running smoothly with no problems.

    • garak0410
      October 01, 13:38 Reply

      To be specific…the DMClient is the service that had to be Cleared several times and rebooted to get the update to download. And so far, this is running great with no crashes whatsoever.

  2. Dave Haynie
    October 01, 19:47 Reply

    Showed up 10 minutes ago… just a week after the update for my Galaxy Nexus. Good so far.

  3. NevMtBob
    October 01, 21:47 Reply

    How can I uninstall Jelly Bean? It will not connect to my Netgear R6300 router as it did before the update to 4.1.1 earlier today.

  4. Ryan Harris
    October 01, 23:14 Reply

    My prime is good I noticed they even took the keypad into consideration. I thought that was impressive leaving no stones unturned.

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