Upgrade to 4.0.3 Problem

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  1. libertytom

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    New member. New Eee pad transformer TF101. This morning I was prompted to upgrade to a new android version - so I did while docked with the keyboard. Now the navigation icon/buttons in the lower left corner of the screen (previous, home and recent apps) are missing - docked or undocked. The pad undocked is now almost useless.

    Upgraded to version 4.0.3

    Any ideas?
     
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    I upgraded while docked and have no problems. Have you tried a reboot?
     
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    I have turned the thing completely off and on several times, if that is what you mean - no improvement. Could there be a setting to relocate or turn those navigation buttons off? Thank you.
     
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    When you pushed the off button did you get a promt asking if it was ok to power off?
     
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    Most people have solved their various problems after the upgrade by doing a factory reset. Make sure to save any important data first of course.
     
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    Yes, the unit has been completely turned off several times. Thank you.
     
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    Try the hard reboot. Push and hold the Power button and the Volume Down button for 15 seconds and then release and wait for it to restart.
     
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    I gave that a whirl, a couple of times both docked and undocked, but no joy. Thank you for the idea, though. I'll need to get my nephew over here to try the factory reset idea; I'm not risking that without someone who enjoys tinkering with this stuff. I just want it to work. My I-pad user friends are laughing at me...

    'Very sincere thanks.
     
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    Download "ADW Desktop", it is like a desktop replacement. Once you have downloaded it, run it and customize. Reboot the device and select which desktop you want to use. Let me know when you do this so I can walk you through this.

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    Sent from my Transformer TF101 using Android Tablet Forum
     

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