i'm using my transfromer for about a week now and it's running 3.2.1 and no issues at all. the tablet is still the same when upgraded to ver. 3.2.1 and i'm perfectly happy with it.
Anoymous, 01 Oct 2011Do i need a Simcard to use this device ? And how do i buy things through android ? credit cards ? This is a WiFi only tablet, so no SIMM card is required or even possible.
Purchasing apps requires a credit card. Free apps do not need a credit card.
pats, 02 Oct 2011hey!! asus eee pad users can ne 1 tell me does dis tab supports a external hard disk through U... moreof course u can.
im plugging in my disk on key and using my 3g from the samsung galaxy s for internet.
hey!! asus eee pad users can ne 1 tell me does dis tab supports a external hard disk through USB & can i synchronise d tab wid my phone 2 use 3g via it :)
Do i need a Simcard to use this device ? And how do i buy things through android ? credit cards ?
When I use the USB ports to connect a USB thumb drive, it works fine. If I connect my HTC Desire Z to it and set my phone to connect as a USB drive, the Eee Pad does not recognise it. All it does is charge my phone.
Asus Eee Pad User, 24 Sep 2011hi, im using this tab and it has full size USB point on the right side of the keyboard dock an... moreSorry friends, i was misguided by the vendor.. the two USB ports on the keyboard dock are for file sharing and storage only..
To connect it to a 3G dongle/adapter you have to use a Mifi (Mobile Wireless Router) like D-Link DIR-412
densfog, 13 Sep 2011hi, for this tablet users & the experts plz help me 1-this tablet has a full size USB or ... morehi, im using this tab and it has full size USB point on the right side of the keyboard dock and you can use it to connect it to a USB 3d dongle / USB modem
I just picked this up with the keyboard dock, it's running prefectly as far as I can tell so far, and it's got Androdi 3.2 installed. No issues at all. Runs smooth as silk. Highly recommend!
Amazingly surpised with this device.!Especially the screen and the design is amazing.
I believe that it is amongst the best hw/sw devices.
Mr Alertboy, 19 Sep 2011Warning!! To all owners/users of Aus Transformer 101. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT upgrade your un... moreI'll have to verify the Android version on my Eee Pad when I get home. I believe it has 3.2. I updated it when I first got it last month and I have had no issues with it.
Mr Alertboy, 19 Sep 2011Warning!! To all owners/users of Aus Transformer 101. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT upgrade your un... moreI have one myself. I upgraded it to 3.2 when I got it and it runs perfectly smooth.
The newer transformer stock that is being sent out direct from Asus has 3.2 pre-installed.
Warning!! To all owners/users of Aus Transformer 101. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT upgrade your unit to Honeycomb 3.2. The current operating system (3.1) is perfect and all apps run smoothly and without a hitch. But the moment you upgrade to 3.2, disaster strikes. The tablet becomes slow and jerky, scrolling is slow and late to react, and almost every app that you have will begin malfunctioning. The tablet becomes absolutely useless, as you will not be able to run a single app. Even the live desktop backgrounds become slow and jerky.
I took the unit back to Asus but they were unable to roll back the OS to 3.1. (They tried very hard, but it didn't help).
So please stay with 3.1. The unit works perfectly with that and it is a worthy competitor to Apple iPad. But with Honeycomb 3.2 you will have a useless piece of kit on your hands.
I feel that the NVidia Tegra chip is unable to handle Honeycomb 3.2, but Asus is not admitting that. Google and other deice producers using Honeycomb have go to clarify this issue so that their cistomers don't fall into this trap. More importantly Google needs to either produce a fix for this or a way to roll back to 3.1.