Early reports point out the devil lies in the Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile plugin that Toshiba has only recently made available for the Android tablet and the high return rates is suspected to have something to do with it. However, its not known specifically if its only Flash that is the root cause of all the troubles or if just one of many.
All retailers selling the Folio 100 in Europe, Dixon, Currys, and PC World have stopped selling the device and its not known when they will resume selling the device once again.
Toshiba, on its part, is reported to be developing a fix which might take care of all the disturbing issues and make things work again.
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