It didn’t take long and lately he’s been on a winning streak in terms of given us what we want in rooting devices with exploits found.
Yes it’s jcase of course and the infamous developer has achieved root on the Asus Transformer Prime at the moment with the build it’s at which is .33 of course. Achieved in one day and seemingly effortlessly, kudos to you TeamAndIRC.
With ViperBoy testing and confirming the root method works, he also has posted a picture and also a video. It shows the Transformer Prime rooted and running Superuser, Titanium Backup and more. Calling it NachoRoot it will be made available on the release of Ice Cream Sandwich, which is incidentally very soon on the 12th of January as confirmed by Asus today. It’s not been tested on ICS as of yet, but I’m sure even if the exploit was broken, that it wouldn’t take long to get back through.
Check out this video below of the Transformer Prime rooted an in action.
We will keep you posted on the latest developments, but i think it’s safe to say the owners of the Asus Transformer Prime have a bigger smile than they did a few days ago. Oh, and our very own Tyler I’m sure is a very happy bunny indeed.
Jcase has decided to release the method to achieve rooted status on your Asus Transformer Prime.
You will need some knowledge of how to use ADB and then you’ll be ready to go. Here at Land of Droid we won’t post the downloads or details as some sites may do, but we will now head you over to the home of jcase and that is Android Police.
Use this link to get all the details on how to get your Asus Transformer Prime rooted using the NachoRoot method below.