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    And try to get a connection when it hangs on the TWRP splash screen. Try different USB ports and reboot your PC before trying.
    If you cannot get a connection in either fastboot or adb it's toast unfortunately...

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    First thanks a lot for this post, give me hope that my tablet is not complete gone

    I tried you command but I get something weird: whatever I try to write on the tablet does not seems to survive the restart.

    My main issue is that it looks like I just have a few second to execute command after the boot so I can pretty much only execute one.

    So here is the scenatio:

    * first boot: I push the file and it seems to have worked well

    D:\soft\os\android\tools\sdk\platform-tools>adb push bootit.ko /
    bootit.ko: 1 file pushed. 0.1 MB/s (27690 bytes in 0.344s)

    * next boot: insmod tells me it cannot find the file

    * next boot (annoying, right ?):

    D:\soft\os\android\tools\sdk\platform-tools>adb shell ls /
    boot
    cache
    charger
    data
    default.prop
    dev
    etc
    file_contexts
    fstab.cardhu
    init
    init.rc
    init.recovery.usb.rc
    license
    proc
    property_contexts
    recovery
    res
    root
    sbin
    seapp_contexts
    selinux_version
    sepolicy
    service_contexts
    sideload
    sys
    system
    tmp
    twres
    ueventd.cardhu.rc
    ueventd.rc

    No bootit.ko...

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    Try the same command with /sdcard/ as in:
    adb push bootit.ko /sdcard/
    then try the ls /sdcard/ command.
    i think for different versions of Android the target can be different.
    You could also try to create a little batch file for the two commands and run that. It is much faster than you could ever do it by hand.
    Just google it, but here's one of many options: https://fossbytes.com/what-is-a-batc...-a-batch-file/
    Good luck!

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    adb push bootit.ko /sdcard/
    Well according to the ls I pasted in the previous message there does not seems to exist any /sdcard folder. Is the goal to actually put the file in the sdcard or is this supposed to be some internal storage ?

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    But... the script did the trick. I shouldn't have tried to understand that weird behavior

    Thanks for your time !

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    So I did got fastboot acces but:

    D:\soft\os\android\tools\sdk\platform-tools>fastboot erase misc
    Erasing 'misc' FAILED (command write failed (Unknown error))
    Finished. Total time: 5.315s

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    Using another USB port worked.

    Unfortunatelly the result is worst after reboot: it keep rebooting right after the ASUS splash screen so it does not even go as far as the recovery anymore so I don't even have any opportunity to access it with adb anymore.

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    But buttons based fastboot access works now so I guess I'm just back to 0 and should try to flash again the recovery.

    Anyway thanks a lot for this tutorial and sorry for the noise

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmortagne View Post
    But buttons based fastboot access works now so I guess I'm just back to 0 and should try to flash again the recovery.

    Anyway thanks a lot for this tutorial and sorry for the noise
    I would flash the stock blob in fastboot to get back to a known healthy state and then start from there.
    Unzip the Asus firmware, copy blob to your fastboot directory and fastboot flash system blob

 

 
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