How To Install Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich On Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 [Tutorial]
While we’re going to have to wait till next month for the official, stable release of Android four.x Ice Cream Sandwich for Asus’ Eee Pad TF101, an unofficial (and also somewhat unstable) version by XDA member paulburton has surfaced. Investigate the main points, as well as a how-to-tutorial when the jump!
DISCLAIMER: Redmond Pie won’t be held liable for any loss of information or injury to device experienced by following this guide. There shouldn’t be any issues, however proceed at your own risk.
This custom ROM has several bugs, with lack of mass storage, no GPS, and no camera function. As such, we advise against putting in this custom ROM on your ‘daily runner’ because it were
Before you begin, confirm your Eee Pad TF101 is rooted which you’ve flashed ClockworkMod Recovery. With the formalities finally aside, let’s get started!
Step 1: Download the subsequent files:
Once you’ve downloaded them, transfer them to the /sdcard directory on your device’s internal storage.
Step 2: From ROM Manager, hit Reboot to Recovery to boot your Eee Pad TF101 into ClockworkMod Recovery.
Step 3: From ClockworkMod Recovery, choose wipe information / factory reset. Then, in advanced, choose wipe Dalvik cache as well as wipe cache.
Step 4: currently it’s time to truly flash the ROM. Navigate to install zip from sdcard > select zip from sdcard > tf101-ics4.0.3-20120121-cwm.zip.
After that, you’ll need to choose flash icygappsv2.zip.
Step 5: On the most menu, choose reboot system currently.
And that’s it, job done! If all went well, you’ll will boot into (a very early alpha build of) Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich on your Eee Pad TF101.
Step 6: Lastly, download and install a CPU management app like SetCPU, No-frills CPU management or Antuantu and set them to interactive governor.
If you find yourself stuck, head over to the official thread on XDA.
Asus mentioned some days back that Ice Cream Sandwich for the initial Transformer tablet will drop mid-February. a particular date has yet to be revealed, however the update will likely boost the device’s speed as well as bringing that much-improved Ice Cream Sandwich UI. If you’ve a little patience, we highly suggest sticking around for what we suspect will be a little stabler release.