By Anton D. Nagy | February 9, 2012 3:25 AM
The road seems to be a little bumpy for the Asus Transformer Prime, a tablet which recently received an update to improve its GPS functionality and the camera. Sadly, after the update, there were still some issues with GPS but now a new update is rolling out.
There’s a new kernel inside, version 2.6.39, as well as fixes for WiFi and Bluetooth functionality. According to reports, users who applied the update see a slight performance improvement, a claim which is backed up with some increased benchmark scores. Additionally, if your Transformer Prime was suffering from random reboot issues, this refresh seems to address those problems too. For more details and feedback, make sure to follow the source link below.
Source: XDA Developers