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Android Update on Asus Table TF701


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#1 Horse4190

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 12:57 PM

Hi, I have an Asus Tablet TF701 and I need to update the android to the latest version.  In the setting menu, there should be a menu for update under About Device, but my tablet does not have this option.  Is there a way I can update this tablet to a latest Android version and if you could please supply the step-by-step basis that would be great.  Thank you



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Posted 13 February 2018 - 01:20 PM

If you don't have the "About Tablet" section. I would contact ASUS. Here is the support page for how to update: How to Update Firmware/OS manually on our TF701T?

In the lower right corner is a "Need Help" tab to click, to ask support for more information. Such as your missing "About Tablet" section. Which appears to render your update capability null and void.

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