First-generation ASUS Padfone gets update to Android 4.1.1
0. phoneArena 23 Mar 2013, 12:28 posted on
The original ASUS Padfone has received an update that takes the devices to Android 4.1.1 which includes the usual Google favorites like Project Butter and Google Now, but also throws in a number of changes unique to ASUS; weighing in at a hefty 579MB, there is a worldwide version and one for Chinese and you probably know which version you need...
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1. sonofzeus (Posts: 95; Member since: 05 Jul 2012)
When it comes to Software updates asus seems to be the one who is always first
2. buccob (Posts: 723; Member since: 19 Jun 2012)
This might be the reason to get one to my wife... (thought I always wanted for me)... it has the bands necessary for her carrier, not mine... And this with full combo (tablet-keyboard) might replace her needs for a notebook...
3. auroravee (Posts: 1; Member since: 31 Mar 2013)
I am experiencing problems with my Padfone after the update i.e
1) Google Play Store and Google+ stops working all together,
2) after a week, my Padfone now cannot access my WEP-secured home wi-fi despite my resetting the connection (all my other devices can access it ok). Nor can it access any wi-fi connections that I previously had no problems with
3) prior to my being shut off from wi-fi, there were times when YouTube will stop for no reason at all.
I have written to Asus Tech Support but have yet to receive any help.
Am I the only one with these problems? Do I need to factory reset my Padfone as suggested by some Android forums?