… and if it had a circus the dwarves would grow. And that’s it Logistic problems (in terms of warehouse and distribution) we need to add two new problems. The first to come to us was that there are some GPS problems. But the new year hasn’t brought any better news (at least for users): Asus wants to stop us at all costs Access your bootloader.
On the one hand, a big technical problem (which we will undoubtedly solve soon). It was shown in the USA GPS cannot be used. It was just rumors at first, but the matter got much more serious when on the same Asus official site they removed the voice from the GPS to download it. Later, it has been found to be true from other sources: While walking around Manhattan they could only connect to three satellites (with a phone of eight), and besides, the connection was weak and very poor. Asus has not yet explained anything, and The last update did not solve the problem. It’s probably all down to the rush to get the first quad-core tablet out … Let’s hope they fix it before the Transformer Prime arrives in Europe.
And on the other hand, a custom that manufacturers are increasingly using: Put up obstacles to access your bootloader. What happened is that the Asus went one step further: They shielded the access with one 128-bit AES encryptionpractically impossible to break. It was the community of XDA developer who immediately took action on the matter and created a thread asking Asus to change its mind (as HTC did in its day). It seems to work because since then Asus They report that they are working on tools to unlock the bootloader, at the user’s own risk, of course.
Of course that This is not a problem for most users
, but yes for those of us who want to fully customize their device and add improvements from the developer community.
What will please the most is that the company has announced that the Transformer Prime will receive the update for January 12th Android 4.0.3. Good news, no doubt.
What do you think of the decision to block the development of these new devices? Sounds good? Do you care
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