When news came out that the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime could be rooted, users were delighted. However, the process involved a few technical things. Some users didn't like the manual commands and strings that they had to go through.
Thanks to XDA-Developers forum member –viperboy-, however, rooting the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is easier than ever–and all in just one click.
Based on the NachoRoot tool, developed by jcase and TeamAndIRC, the viperMOD Primer allows users to root and unroot their Transformer Prime devices with just one click. It's only available for Windows at the moment, but according to the developer, a Linux version should be around the corner. The viperMOD Primer is the new best friend of anyone who'd like to root her/his Transformer Prime device without the hassle of dealing with commands.
Windows users, however, can start rooting their Transformer Prime devices right now. The tool is rather straightforward and easy to use, so that even the most rookie of Android enthusiasts can use it. Within minutes, you'll have your Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime rooted and ready for ROMs, mods, and tweaks. The root tool has been tested over 30 times by -viperboy- and is in perfect working condition.
To start rooting your Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, follow the steps below:
Worried about rooting your device at a later date for fear of the tool being out of date? Fear not. –viperboy- has also included a function that allows viperMOD Primer to download a fresh copy of NachoRoot everytime you run the root process. That way, any new updates to the NachoRoot file are included when you root your Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
Currently, it isn't known if viperMOD Primer works with ICS, as it isn't out yet, but there's no telling what's in the root tool's stars. For Linux users, keep your eyes peeled for the coming Linux release of the viperMOD Primer.
Congratulations! You've successfully rooted your Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime.