Yesterday we reported that, Toshiba Thrive, the new entrant in the Android tablet market, is facing some major problems.
According to some users, when the Thrive goes into sleep mode, it doesn’t come out of it without reset. Another site suggests that the Toshiba Thrive tablets start randomly.
Now Toshiba has said that they are aware of the issue and are working on a fix, which will be available soon. However they did not clarify whether the problem is with hardware or software, and what will be the nature of the fix. They have also not provided any dates for the release of the fix.
Right now it is not clear if the problem is due to hardware wiring or software. If the problem is software related, all it might require to fix the problem is an over the air update.
It appears the flaw is there even with fresh devices when users have not installed any app on it. The company is yet to come out with a formal response to the issue.