The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity received its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update at the start of the month. While the Taiwanese has overcome other manufacturers at bringing the buttery smooth OS to its tablet lineup, users soon found out that the firmware also came with several unwanted bugs.
Two days ago, Asus technical marketing Gary Key hinted on a post at XDA-developers that the remedy to the WiFi, keyboard, and camera woes on the TF700 tablet was on its way. The update, which brings the slate’s firmware to v10.4.4.18, is now heading to customers.
As listed on Android Police, here’s the complete change log for the update:
Camera (All SKUs)
- Fix the issue that switching to front camera in Facebook app would cause Facebook app to crash.
Wi-Fi (All SKUs)
- Fix the issue that some 802.1x Wi-Fi APs cannot be connected after upgrading to Jelly Bean.
ASUS Software Keyboard (All SKUs)
- Fix the issue that “Y” and “Z” characters are opposite in ASUS Czech (QWERTY) keyboard.
- Fix the issue that Backspace key on dock does not work in Browser input field to delete words randomly.
Widgets (CN SKU only)
- Fix the issue that user selects Google Search Widget in “Widgets” page would cause ‘this widget not responding.’
Browser (All SKUs except CN SKU)
- Added Google Bookmark sync function to Android Default Browser.
Encryption (All SKUs)
- Fix issues that, with the TF700T encrypted in ICS and Wi-Fi on, user cannot enter system after upgrading to Jelly Bean.
- With TF700T encrypted in Jelly Bean and restart pad with Wi-Fi on, user cannot enter system.
Do you see the update yet on your Asus Transformer Pad Infinity?