Asus has begun rolling out a firmware update for its Eee Pad Transformer Prime that some owners are suggesting goes some way to solve the tablet's GPS problems. Meanwhile, British Prime owners are being offered an extended warranty period in case they're troubled by ongoing GPS issues - or are struck by newly emerged Wi-Fi woes …
The patches always remove root access on this device. It can always be rerooted or Voodoo RootKeeper can be installed and that makes the process a bit less painful.
Maybe they are just holding it wrong..
To quote some famous words..
RIM PB - GPS is poor there too...
Forum advice seems to be to stand outside in a field with no trees (only very short grass, not more than an inch tall), holding the PB over one's head for an hour or two until it finally finds the constellation. Repeat with each use.
I see a trend with tablet GPSs.
... I've neither GPS or WiFi issues. Guess I'm either lucky or the problem isn't as widespread as some believe.
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