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NOTE: Instructions provided in this guide are meant for reference purpose only.
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Asus is unlikely to release the latest version of Jelly Bean firmware anytime soon.
This unofficial port is developed by those of xda-developers (for further details check the source page from here) so we should thanks them for this tutorial.Of course, even if Android 4.4 isn’t officially available, the Transformer Pad can be anytime installed with a custom ROM that can bring the latest features that are available on the market.Well, the same can be now applied when discussing about Android 5.0 Lollipop.Do note that you are about to update your device with a custom ROM that is only based on leaked Android 5.0 OS.A custom ROM represents a free aftermarket distribution of Android firmware and has nothing to do with Google. So, this process is not official and by completing the same you will void your Transformer Pad warranty – fixing a bricked tablet will imply in taking your device back to service (and you will have to pay for the technical assistance) or in manually fixing software related issues.Furthermore, the Lollipop firmware can be installed only by using a custom recovery image, so before doing anything else install the latest version of TWRP or CWM recovery on your handset.After taking care of these complex operations, also consider in taking care of your data – the data that is saved on the internal storage memory of your Android tablet.Now, even though the firmware file is still in development stage, the Lollipop system can be safely installed on your Asus Transformed Pad for using it on a daily basis.The bugs are minor and the software runs without lags or other software related issues.Asus stopped the Android updates for its Transformer Pad TF300T.Currently the tablet is stuck on Android Jelly Bean OS and since Kit Kat hasn’t been released, it is quite clearn that Lollipop is out of question.