Weather or not I revert back to ics is not the point. I ask how for the knowledge of how to do it. I have a hunger to learn all
I can about my tablets just to leave me more options. I really like both my tablets. Toshiba Thrive and the Asus TF700T. I do not like it when a company like Toshiba or any other company that would stop supporting a product just because it a year or so old and they want you to purchase their newer line of tablets. Don't get me wrong the Thrive is a great product like no other but no support from Toshiba. I had to root the thrive to get a good virtually bug free Jellybean system on it. The last OS Toshiba put out for the thrive was ics that was so buggy the tablet froze up an average of 3 to 4 times a day, after calling the Toshiba software techs I was really let down as it was plain they didn't care to update the thrive. They did a Jellybean update on their newer line of tablets. I am not saying in any way that Asus would do the same but I want to know as much as I can in case. I know they say tablets are outdated six months after they come out, but when I purchase a quality product I expect to use it a while. Like most people I am on a budget. I thank the people working on the ROMs for the thrive and making them really good ones without charging, the do accept donations. I also think Google would be smart to try and hire these people just because they do such good work.