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Upgrade Asus TF100

I just got an Asus TF100 tablet with Android 3.2.  I want to upgrade a newer Android version.
How do I do that.
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AliQahtaniCommented:
1) The first thing to do is to check the current firmware in your Asus Eee Pad transformer TF 101. Foar achieving this go to “Settings -> About Tablet -> Build Number”.

2) Then download the Transformer TF101 Firmware V9.2.1.11 Only for US SKU and Update version of SOP (From “Manual” Item).

3) In case the build number is “WW_epad-9.X.X.X_2012xxxx” then you need to download the ICS OS update from one of the below links (corresponding to your area) and place it to the computer.

4) Then, you only have to follow the prompts which will guide you through the whole procedure and that’s should be all.

Download for US users from here.
Download for Worldwide users from here.
Download for TW users from here.
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xoxomosAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  The links give the message:

"This file is either removed due to copyright claim or is deleted by the uploader."

http://hotfile.com/dl/148917320/5b09ffc/US_epaduser9_2_1_11UpdateLauncher.zip.html


My 'About Tablet' does not have a 'Build Number'.   There is a
'System Firmware Update'
status
battery Use
legal information
model number
Android version
GPS version
Wi-Fi version
Bluetooth version
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xoxomosAuthor Commented:
Under the System Firmware Update it says 'There is a system firmware update for your device.  Please check notification'
Where is 'notification'
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xoxomosAuthor Commented:
That should be TF101 tablet.  Sorry
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xoxomosAuthor Commented:
Actually I went to ASUS site and became a member.  Next time i turned on the pad, ICS loaded onto the machine.  Now there IS a 'build number'.
The links though seem to be gone.
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