AsusTransformer is one of the relatively cheap tablets out of a bunch of new Honeycomb (Android 3.0) based that are rolling out this year. But cheap doesn’t mean that too many compromises in the case of AsusTransformer. As in terms of specs you get a great 10.1 inch IPS display, a Tegra 2 CPU and both front and rear facing cameras, where rear facing camera is a good 5.0 MP one. Early reviews of the tablet are also very positive. Only problem right now is that, there seems to be shortage of the supply in the market for these Transformer tablets as noted by several different sources. However, Asus is promising that this problem will ease-out in the coming weeks as the supply increases. If you happen to own this tablet or plan to buy, you will be excited to know that it has already been full rooted now. So, you can enjoy all the tweaks, apps etc. and greater customizability that require root functionality.
Rooting method that we are referring to not only allow you to fully root the tablet but also guides through the process of installation of the CWM (Clockworkmod) recovery installation. Only requirements for this rooting method are the working installation of the ADB on your computer, a micro SD card and some files that need to be downloaded. This method uses the Gingerbreak tool to achieve the root. To follow the regularly updated step-by-step guide on rooting of the Asus Transformer head-over to the AndroidRoot.mobi.
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