ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity updated to 10.4.4.20
Those of you carrying around the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity, it’s time to hit that update button! ASUS is rolling out another update for the tablet, bumping the software up to version 10.4.4.20. Android is still at 4.1.1, but that’s to be expected, considering the fact that 4.2 hasn’t even hit Google’s own Nexus 7 tablet yet.
For those keeping track, the WiFi version number has been bumped up to 220.127.116.11 (formerly 18.104.22.168) and Bluetooth to 10.33 (formerly 10.31). The kernel appears new, although it has the same version number (3.1.10).
The official changelog from ASUS lists these enhancements:
- Fine-tune Wi-Fi Direct connection behavior.
- Fix the issue that in certain “aspect ratio” and “picture size” photos, the pixel dimension of picture would be different if taken in landscape and portrait mode.
- Fix the issue that, during HDMI output, the output screen will get cropped after user chooses “HDMI” item in “Settings.”
- Fix the issue that there will be no items in HDMI setting page when output via HDMI Fix the issue that the screen may flicker when rotate the pad after adjust brightness bar in “Settings.”
- Fix the issue that when user keeps on turning on/off Wi-Fi, sometimes it will stick in the “Turning Wi-Fi on… ” status for a while
- Improve Bluetooth compatibility.
- Fix the issue that it still shows backup success when user removes SD card during the backup process when App Backup is backing up applications to SD card.
- Fix the issue that the file recorded via Sound Recorder cannot be played after inserted in Supernote.
- Fix the issue that typing English after Chinese with Zuyin IME in the input field of Browser would cause what had been typed garbled.
3rd Party App
- 高德導航Upgrade to 5.1.8001.0033.0033-20121010 (CN SKU only).
- MyCloud Upgrade to 0.9.115.1493.
- Polaris Upgrade to 3.5_5r14741FV06.
- Remove掌上百度 (CN SKU only).
Of course, if you’ve unlocked your device, you’ll have to pull the update manually from ASUS’s support site, once it is posted. If you’ve just rooted, you should be able to install and keep root with Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper.
When you update, be sure to let us know how it’s working out for you, and if you notice any other changes or improvements.[Android Police]