Asus Transformer Prime Software Update Out Now to Combat GPS Issue

January 19, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Attention Transformer Prime users! Asus is rolling out a software update to fix the GPS performance issue spotted on their Transformer Prime tablets. Ahead of the software announcement, the company also offered an extension of warranty period –  replacement in some cases – too.

In the UK, the company has offered refund for the faulty devices. The update will include additional features to bring the device to IML74K.US_epad-9.4.2.11-20120117 version along with upgrading the GPS device to an advanced version of 6.9.13.

It seems the faulty device is becoming a blessing in the case of Asus Transformer Prime users.

The announcement about the software update came early this morning, and people across the globe are very hopeful about it. So, should you too, if you use the Transformer Prime.

Usually the availability of the update will be notified in your handset automatically. If it didn’t pop up automatically, don’t panic!

You can manually download the update to your handset directly or using a computer. For manual checking, just follow the route: under the “settings” option select “system” and in the sub-menu, go to “About Tablet and check for new update” option. So, enjoy the update!

The Transformer Prime is the first in the line of tablet to feature a quad-core Tegra 3 processor. With the update in hand, it might be the most glamorous device in the market. So, what are you thinking of?

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