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|02-22-2012, 02:48 PM||#1|
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ASUS Releases Unlocking Tool for Transformer Prime
ASUS' Transformer Prime tablet was touted as being the ultimate Android offering on the market, and overall, I'd say ASUS did an amazing job on its first go. For some users, however, there was a gaping flaw: it was locked - that is, unable to have personal firmware / ROMs flashed to it. In early January, we posted that ASUS realized the err of its ways and was working to at least give people another option. That option is finally here.
Read the rest of our post and then discuss it here!
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