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Asus Transformer Prime tablet reboot fix fails to show

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Asus has apologised for the Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet firmware update no-show and pledge to get the code out soon.

The patch, intended to fix the Prime's random reboot bug, was due to have been posted last week. On Friday, Asus said the the code was "rolling out".

But the update did not materialise - due to "a couple of issues", Asus said today, though it did not elaborate upon them.

Asus couldn't say when the update will now be made available, but it promised that "a rescheduled release date will be announced shortly".

And the company re-iterated its plan to release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the tablet later this month. ®

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