Transformer TF300T Gets Some Performance and Battery Improvements
For those unfamiliar with the ASUS Transformer TF300T, it’s a tablet from Asus aimed at delivering the quad-core processor and most of the other awesomeness of the Asus Transformer Prime at a more wallet-friendly price. In fact, just four days ago, we created forums for the device. And as some poor college guys will tell you, it’s nice when the company remembers to release a more affordable version without artificially limiting things too badly.
While Asus did a pretty good job with the TF300T, there is always room for improvement, and now users can get a hold of a few modifications to make their TF300T even better. XDA Recognized Developer seanzscreams has posted a few build.prop tweaks that can be pushed to the device using ADB or root-enabled file manager that help users have a smoother experience.
Those looking to get started should head over to the original thread for download links, instructions, and more.
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