By Anton D. Nagy | April 2, 2012 8:16 AM
A die-hard Android fan and power-user must have probably already tried out by now the ClockworkMod Touch Recovery, given that there are more and more devices supported.
However, the first tablets to get ClockworkMod Touch Recovery are two Asus Tablets, namely the Asus Transformer TF101 and the Asus Transformer Prime TF201. If you really want to try it out — and say goodbye to volume rocker navigation — you need to have a rooted tablet (chances are you already have one if you’re a power user) after which you can either fire up ROM Manager to flash ClockworkMod Touch (which will cost you $1.99) or head over to the source link to download and for free (and flash your own way). Either way, make sure you understand the risks first before proceeding.