NVIDIA SHIELD tablet gets TWRP support

The NVIDIA SHIELD tablet finally received TWRP support today. After a year and a half of usage, Nvidia’s tablet is finally getting some Team Win Recovery project support, even if it did manage to satisfy people’s Android experience on a larger screen for a while without any software changes.       You could always choose another version of custom recovery to flash if you really wanted a different experience, but nothing compares to the real deal. The tablet lost some of its awesomeness already, so you can have fun with it much easier and light-heartedly now.   Although the SHIELD K1 tablet is basically the same thing with some minor changes, we are not sure if this support will work for it. K1 is also one of the best tablets on the market with great Android support.   Source: TWRP

Some Nvidia Shield tablets recalled due to battery fire hazard

NVIDIA shield tablets are going through a downward spiral at the moment since some of them are being recalled due to a possible fire hazard. Some portable consoles seem to be vulnerable to overheating batteries. The news broke on Friday and it came from the producer itself.       Nvidia asked its customers to stop using defectuous Shield tablets immediately in order for them to qualify for a recall and possible replacement. The recall is meant for 8-inch Shield tablets which were sold between July 2014 and July 2015.   Customers can check if their devices need to be recalled on Nvidia’s official website where they can find out if their devices have the problematic type of battery. If your tablet needs to be recalled, you can file a claim through the website and Nvidia will replace your device free of charge. How can you find out if your Nvidia tablet is susceptible to over-heating?   You can check for your device’s serial number; look for model numbers “P1761”, “P1761W”, and “P1761WX” and check if your serial number ranges from 0410215901781 to 0425214604018. If you have these numbers on your device, you should get in touch with the manufacturers.   The Nvidia Shield tablet is mainly destined for gamers, it has a price tag of $299 and it can cost more depending on the storage space you want.   Source: Fortune

NVIDIA Shield Tablet update to v1.2.1 – minor updates including WiFi performance

NVIDIA Shield Tablet gets its update to v1.2.1 where it gets some interesting features. Most updates fix issues customers have been having for a while now, and below you can see the changelog for  v1.2.1: Performance optimizations for encrypted devices Improved WiFi performance on 5GHz band Intermittent charging  fixed. It’s not such a big update from 1.2 as it solves some lingering issues people have wanted to get fixed. Some charging issues may be fixed with this update as well. Nvidia doesn’t usually wait long before updating its devices but you may have to wait just a bit. Source: Nvidia   [wdsm_ad id=”1484″ class=” ” ]