denise gundayao: help pls..my tf101 started doing this again (3days ago)..it already happened before and i had it reformat..
ellsy636: I have the same problem with my TF300 also, having it looked at by an IT guy. He going to try to reinstall 4.0 to fix it. Don't know how much this will cost!!!!!!! What a bunch of CR**
Holocoz%: I got this problem too! Asus sucks!
Nicholas Stalder: Same problem with mine, running boot loop, pass code screen for two seconds and back to the original screen. Powering it down doesn't seem to help. Anyone got any ideas how to fix. ?
Don Basta: mine just started reboot looping and has yet to stop!! WTF?
gweilo8888: I feel your frustration. Personally, I don't see boot loops any more with the latest stock firmware, but I do see very regular random reboots, even with nothing except Asus' own apps installed.
It's been almost seven months now (29 weeks to the day), and yes, it is shameful that Asus has not provided a way for us to roll back to stable firmware. They clearly aren't ever going to fix these issues.
Raymond Leonhardt: My Eee Pad is doing the same boot loop. Sounds like there is a lot of people having the same issues. Its frustrating that Asus has not accepted their product is doing this, or released a patch to fix it yet. Its almost been a year since the ICS update.
Matthew Jordan: mine only started the rebooting relatively recently but is really starting to bug me, plus Asus in the UK have literally 0 support! I had to buy my slider from the US and get it shipped. DAMN ASUS
Study Break oglu: İ have the same problem....does anyone knows how to solve it?????:(((
bloodman000: the new update i did today didnt fix a thing my pad has done it for six hours straight
Romeo Acoba: WHAT THE HELL!!!!!!! mine just started doing this
mSh1n0: As I get my Pad:No reboots, 3 weeks standby
First Update (ICS Update): One reboot in a week
Second Update (fix #1): One reboot in about 3 days
Last update (fix #2): Two reboots in one hour
I HATE ASUS!
and there is no support! I tried to contact support but they deny the serial number and I can not send in a ticket for it. They give no support for their support system with email... I dont know what to do...
gweilo8888: Don't get your hopes up. Asus themselves have asked on Facebook if the problems were fixed by that update, they've gotten hundreds of responses, and almost 90% of those said the problems were still present. Personally, I see no difference in frequency of problems on the new firmware; that is to say I average 1-2 reboots per day.
j stynen: I searched for updates today, an update was ready to download which stated it will increase the stability of my device. Did not encounter any reboots at this time. Let's hope it stays stable!
gweilo8888: Well aware of that, thanks, that's why I said "since the upgrade to Android Ice Cream Sandwich". It's not caused by user software, though. It's caused by the Ice Cream Sandwich build shipped by Asus, and rumored to be at least in part due to bugs in NVidia's code.
Scrouby543: HELLO! The problem is not the tablet is the software...
NDBBDB: ok, well isn't that just wonderful!! cheers for the replies guys.
prs7384: I tried factory reset (not the hard reset) and it still does it. It does not set the tablet back to honeycomb though. Still ICS.
gweilo8888: @NDBBDB No, you'd need to source an older rom that included the kernel. (People who've flashed back to HC using Asus' update files have found that they leave the ICS kernel in place, and thus keep the reboot issues too.)
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