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Originally Posted by christian_piper View Post

You dont even need to use the appstore- on my Asus transformer it had a notification in the bottom bar. I clicked it and it said it had new firmware, and to press OK to install it when I was connected to AC power. (It may or may not have said that...) It also meant I couldnt use the tablet for a couple minutes while it installed. The horror. rolleyes.gif

This^
It should have a notification that says an update is ready. Just download it and it will reboot and install. Then your in 3.2. Gingerbread should also arrive for honeycomb tablets.
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Originally Posted by MisterChao View Post

This^
It should have a notification that says an update is ready. Just download it and it will reboot and install. Then your in 3.2. Gingerbread should also arrive for honeycomb tablets.

Awesome, that was the answer i was after...

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