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    Will hard reset unroot tf101

    I'm not sure if my tf101 is rooted or unrooted as neither process seems to run without failing. Will a hard reset unroot and return it to stock, or possibly brick it?

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    I'm not sure how to answer your question but it sounds like it is messing up. You probably need to look over the following 2 threads for ideas and then do a Factory Restore if necessary.

    Rooter Unbricking Instructions: [Tool] Nvflash unbricking released! - xda-developers

    UnRoot: Asus Transformer NVFlash Stock 3.1 Recovery Roms - xda-developers
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    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition - Dell Venue 11 Pro Bay Trail (On Order) - LG Optimus G Pro

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    I guess I'm saying I really don't know the state of my tf101. I'd like to get it back to the day I bought it, stock standard, and start again from there. Factory reset seems to just delete data.

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    Factory Reset should remove all apps and data and I believe even root but I'm not sure as I've no experience in the world of rooting.
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    *sigh*

    Go onto market and install root checker. Run a check to see if your tablet is rooted or not.

    By the way, factory reset WILL NOT unroot your device if it is already rooted.

    Why do you want to go back to its original state so much?

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    According to this thread the OP has rooted using razorclaw or nachoroot.

    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...-unrooted.html
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    To unroot, use a powerful herbicide like glyphosate. Back in my teen years, I was able to get a job as a research assistant in an herb lab in the university of chicago. The team was investigating a mysterious gene in plants that made them resistant to glyphosate. This was a particular area of interest because back then the US government had just amped up the war on drugs. One of the most popular methods of fighting against south american drug farmers was to fly a plane over the area and dump thousands of gallons of glyphosate, killing every plant in the area. Local farmers weren't please with the result, though, since sometimes the chemical would seep into the local aquifers and contaminate the local water supply.

    My job was simple. Go through the thousands and thousands of plant samples, immerse them in varying solutions of glyphosate, come back the following day to identify the resistant strains, and take them to the dark room to be identified. During my boring hours, I'd do experiments of my own to see what effects glyphosate would have on the local plant samples LOL. You'd be amazed to see how well glyphosate unroot entire plants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodintentions View Post
    To unroot, use a powerful herbicide like glyphosate.
    However, playing with complex carbohydrates may not be the best approach for all users. My advice is to call a consultant at Roto-Rooter, explain the problem, and ask for advice. In the US: 1-800-768-6911

 

 

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