Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 gets minor update
Asus is quickly gaining a reputation of being quick to send out updates whether they are for the latest OS build or to make some minor repairs. This can only endear the manufacturer to its customers and could be one of the reasons why Asus was selected to produce the Google Nexus 7 tablets. After all, the Nexus line was developed for quick and easy OS updates. Which reminds us, the update did arrive OTA making downloading and installing it a breeze
source: Asus via AndroidCentral
1. pliskin1 (Posts: 59; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)
This is one reason why I love Asus, they actually support their products, and are usually quick about it too.
2. roldefol (Posts: 3000; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)
They also don't have to worry about carrier bloatware or carrier testing. I can guarantee if Asus made a phone for Verizon, it would see months of delays before being "permitted" to send out an update. But the fact that Asus runs stock Android helps tremendously as well. Kudos.
4. pliskin1 (Posts: 59; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)
And that's one thing I hate about Android as a cell phone. Between device manufacturers and service providers, you rarely see an update on your phone. But part of me thinks they do that on purpose, to make you buy their next device, just for the updated software.
3. imkyle (Posts: 1008; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
I could care less about getting 4.1.2 for my TF700T. I hope they give us 4.2 :)