The fear of loosing warranty and/or bricking my TF700 was stronger than my frustration with it's lagginess - until about 2 weeks ago. Then the frustration won out, I took the plunge, and I could not be happier!
Now this tab is running like I expected it to when I went for a high end model - actually it runs even better CROMI 3.2.2 is a dream on this tablet. Stable, everything works, no glitches and speed you can only dream about on stock.
It's a big step to take and the process is not fool proof, so you have to do your homework, do a lot of reading because nobody is going to hold your hand and walk you through it.
But there is excellent information over at the XDA forums with how-to's and don't do's, and the CROMI threads and the people supporting it would put many customer service departments to shame.
When JB 4.2 gets released I now would not touch it with a very long stick before sbdag or some other genius over there hadn't cleaned it up.
Asus released a beauty with the TF700. Kind of sad, that it takes "some guys in some garage" to unleash the full potential of it.
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