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    New Infinity coming, how to update?

    I think I know the answer to this, but wanted to confirm... Tomorrow I receive my new Infinity (replacing my Prime, thank you Amazon!). I assume it'll have ICS on it and that I'll need to update it. Should I follow the guidelines and do a wipe/factory reset or since it is coming new from the factory am I good to simply let the update happen?

    Thanks,
    J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterNerd View Post
    I think I know the answer to this, but wanted to confirm... Tomorrow I receive my new Infinity (replacing my Prime, thank you Amazon!). I assume it'll have ICS on it and that I'll need to update it. Should I follow the guidelines and do a wipe/factory reset or since it is coming new from the factory am I good to simply let the update happen?

    Thanks,
    J.
    I wouldnt bother doing a factory reset since your Infinity will be new.. If you plan on doing root, download a root backup app like Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper to backup your root (most likely JB will deactivate your root).
    A good source of information on preparing your Tf700 for JB is XDA though. Heres the link.

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    C'grats on the new tablet Jedi...and you may want to update your profile to reflect your new rig.
    Well hey...you might as well show it off.
    Me? I'm a skeptic...I'd do a factory reset.
    Janner's update guide-if you haven't seen it-is here.

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    For what it is worth I would recommend doing a reset. Also after you upload your current apps perform a cold reset as well. When I installed mine I would install some of the apps and then do a cold boot. Reset it and then load more. Slowly and carefully. I have had zero problems with glitches, stumbling, and overall smooth operation. I installed all at once in a huge chunk of info and had problems there after. I loaded mine slowly because of past experience and couldn't be happier with it. Good luck and enjoy your TF700.

 

 

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