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If so it should work. (Scratch this one --- I just saw a later post that it does include a Broadcom RX. Eee Pad Transformer - Test Case 3, Inside Car Eee Pad Transformer Prime - Test Case 3, Inside Car Depending on the environmental conditions the Transformer Prime's GPS reception can range Asus, should have tested it more eh? asked 4 years ago viewed 1655 times active 3 years ago Related 0How do I troubleshoot the updgrade process of my ASUS Transformer to 3.2.1?2How to root my ASUS Eee Pad http://emhsoft.net/asus-transformer/asus-transformer-tf101-sound-not-working.php

stelek Excuse me but what is exactly "an offline navigation device"? Having a GPS would lead one to believe that the device could latch on to a location without having to have aGPS or any other requirements. All rights reserved. Almost certainly. http://www.transformerforums.com/forum/asus-transformer-tf101-general-discussions/12238-gps-problem-tf101-not-prime.html

The downside is my HTC desire with GPS and mobile data gets around 2 hours of battery life (almost useless for a days excursion) A tablet bridges this it can store The Prime rocks, I am extremely pleased with my decision to wait for it. Every GPS behaves that way.

This is a horribly bad comparison. Very frustrating...I'm a private pilot, and planned to use this as a backup navigation and flight planning tool. I really didn't want to get the ipad2 but the prime was just unreliable. That's one of the main reasons I purchased it.

But, as Detection says, if an app you are using is conflicting with the OS base system, I would definitely bin it. TF No longer charges: Clicky Transformer won't boot: Clicky Power / Lock button issues: Clicky Flash downloaded ASUS Firmware: Clicky Reply With Quote 01-04-2012,08:18 AM #10 janner43 Administrator Member # 12453 share|improve this answer answered Jan 13 '12 at 16:38 bmaupin 1,4831216 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1521304 Both tablets are positioned inside a two-story house five feet away from an outside-facing wall with windows.

Stop making excuses (Like "who uses their tablet for GPS?". ) and make it work! Nice numbers you're pulling out of your ass, there. There are some GPS tweaks for android that I have found to be helpful. ASUS removed GPS support from the Prime's spec sheet and made a public statement about it.

moving in a car, it loses lock until motionless again... Marketing yes, but Apple testing??? aaa Wifi or 3G only helps getting the first lock. If ASUS can do anything to make the GPS work better, I think they should.

People who test their devices on XDA mostly know about it - and wait even for 30 minutes. check my blog Click on the button below to subscribe and wait for a new Facebook message from the TC Messenger news bot. Why are they the bad guys? I know that GPS was working on HC.

The 3G models needed this design concession in order to deliver decent cellular reception. Why is my only option, to return it and move on? If it doesn't work because of the signal it's because the signal can't get it, which is unlikely as in theory they designed the antenna to go with the case. this content I have a TF101 and intend to buy a prime in due course.

PLEASE! It can't work any worse than it does now, right? Are we talking about the same device?

Terry GPS based Apps you will not be able to use while traveling with the GPS(less) Prime.

The amazon reviews don't seem to indicate an overwhelming problem with the Transformer with GPS. And yes, GPS *does* need some non-metallic medium for signal to get in. steve.droid The prime has the latest broadcomm chip. The simplest solution at this point?

About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! This is a case of consumer expectations which only arose post-purchase in all but a small minority of cases, such as yours. If you read our review, bought a Transformer Prime and were frustrated by the GPS performance of the tablet, I do apologize. have a peek at these guys International Astronautical Federation 2,305 views 58:43 Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime WiFi and GPS Fix - Duration: 4:43.

Just because you don't think that GPS is part of the core functionality, there are obviously a lot of people that do. It needs to be fixed. The Wi-Fi MODEL of the iPad (you know, the one the TF prime is actually competing with) does NOT have GPS. Sign in 5 Loading...

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Asus may put out some sort of patch along with ICS, but I don't see them pouring too much money into this since it's such an edge case. ASUS took further action by removing GPS from the list of supported features of the Transformer Prime so at least going forward customers won't be misled. I'm hopeful, and will test it again once the dongle's start shipping and I get mine. I got my tf101 on day one and it's always had Honeycomb… Alwin Veltman Well, at least I can't update at the moment, guess they took it offline.

Please let me know!