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Topic # 114979 9-Mar-2013 08:32
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My TF300 has just updated to 4.2.1
All looks pretty good so far, no major issues to date.
So stoked with this tablet

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  Reply # 777266 9-Mar-2013 09:47
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I have one for sale if anyone is interested :) still in warranty :)

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  Reply # 777930 11-Mar-2013 12:42
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hmm, lose flash player or not.

I sometimes use Dolphin to watch isky, and can't get it working on my Nexus with 4.2.1


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  Reply # 777998 11-Mar-2013 14:20
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Nice .. good they are still supporting it, my TF101 has dropped off their radar so I put 4.2.2 on it myself .. big new lease of life!



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  Reply # 778000 11-Mar-2013 14:25
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JonnyCam: hmm, lose flash player or not.

I sometimes use Dolphin to watch isky, and can't get it working on my Nexus with 4.2.1

Will check tonight, I had just side loaded flash and was using the stock android browser to watch Isky and TVNZ on demand on 4.1.



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  Reply # 778166 11-Mar-2013 19:19
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Karlosnz:
JonnyCam: hmm, lose flash player or not.

I sometimes use Dolphin to watch isky, and can't get it working on my Nexus with 4.2.1

Will check tonight, I had just side loaded flash and was using the stock android browser to watch Isky and TVNZ on demand on 4.1.
Both still work on 4.2.1

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