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    Re: Remove OTA Jellybean update

    There seems to be another way of resolving constant crashes/freezes under stock JB 4.1.
    I've read at least two threads on the XDA forum where guys resolved this issue by going to Settings > Developer options and check "Force GPU rendering"
    Worth a try.

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    Re: Remove OTA Jellybean update

    Weather or not I revert back to ics is not the point. I ask how for the knowledge of how to do it. I have a hunger to learn all
    I can about my tablets just to leave me more options. I really like both my tablets. Toshiba Thrive and the Asus TF700T. I do not like it when a company like Toshiba or any other company that would stop supporting a product just because it a year or so old and they want you to purchase their newer line of tablets. Don't get me wrong the Thrive is a great product like no other but no support from Toshiba. I had to root the thrive to get a good virtually bug free Jellybean system on it. The last OS Toshiba put out for the thrive was ics that was so buggy the tablet froze up an average of 3 to 4 times a day, after calling the Toshiba software techs I was really let down as it was plain they didn't care to update the thrive. They did a Jellybean update on their newer line of tablets. I am not saying in any way that Asus would do the same but I want to know as much as I can in case. I know they say tablets are outdated six months after they come out, but when I purchase a quality product I expect to use it a while. Like most people I am on a budget. I thank the people working on the ROMs for the thrive and making them really good ones without charging, the do accept donations. I also think Google would be smart to try and hire these people just because they do such good work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loner View Post
    Is it difficult to remove the jb updated ROM and return to the ics on the TF700T if the tablet is not Rooted?
    To specifically answer your question, the short answer is "yes - but it really depends on what you are willing to do". And I think that you also have difficulties in rooting on Jelly bean.

    You will find more information on that question in our tf700 development section.

    (There is a guide on Factory Resetting linked from the Master Help Guide in my signature)
    Last edited by janner43; 02-23-2013 at 06:29 AM.

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    There is a way to downgrade if you want.

    I found this over at XDA

    Quote Originally Posted by Pretoriano80
    *** Factory Restore after a softbrick/Downgrade from Jelly Bean to ICS/Clean Factory Restore ***

    When You Need This?
    * if you get stuck on Asus boot screen (the one with the spinning wheel)
    * If you don't like JB and you want ICS back
    * if you want to get back to a clean stock firmware
    Note: You need to have a working recovery (stock or custom) in order to use this method.

    ========= Recover /Downgrade from Jelly Bean to ICS/Clean Factory Restore with stock recovery =========

    1) Download]ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T the latest firmware from Asus site (based os your SKU,eg. ww 9.4.5.26 * to downgrade from Jelly Bean you need the 9.4.5.30 firmware)
    2) Extract the .zip file somewere on your desktop (the result will be another .zip file,use it for step 3)
    3) Rename the extracted archive to "EP201_768_SDUPDATE.ZIP" (without the " ") and upload it to a MicroSD card
    4) Insert the MicroSD card in your tablet and use this button combination to Power ON and go to recovery --> Start the tablet by pressing Volume Down and POWER togheter for 5 seconds ,a message will inform you that you have 5 seconds to enter the recovery,press Volume UP before the 5 seconds expire.
    At this point the device will go in recovery and should start updating your firmware .

    Note: Keep in mind that Windows doesn't show the known file extensions so most users don't have to put the .ZIP extension in the filename.

    Source: [How-To] All-In-One Guide For Asus Infinity (TF700) [21/10/2012] - xda-developers
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    He is a good chap, that Frederuco.

    So now you can see what is required. What do you think loner? Is that option feasible to you?

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    Re: Remove OTA Jellybean update

    Very valuable information. Thank you Frederuco.

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    Re: Remove OTA Jellybean update

    The T700 development section has a ROM and Theme thread, apparently both have had their content
    removed and there is very little content in the general thread.

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    Re: Remove OTA Jellybean update

    Quote Originally Posted by janner43 View Post
    To specifically answer your question, the short answer is "yes - but it really depends on what you are willing to do". And I think that you also have difficulties in rooting on Jelly bean.

    You will find more information on that question in our tf700 development section.

    (There is a guide on Factory Resetting linked from the Master Help Guide in my signature)


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    Remove OTA Jellybean update

    Quote Originally Posted by loner View Post
    The T700 development section has a ROM and Theme thread, apparently both have had their content
    removed and there is very little content in the general thread.

    Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T
    Actually, the content has not been removed, it has not existed here.

    Most folks are at XDA for the development and themes.


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    Having just this thr I have just backed up my 700t and it automaticly created two folders, one on the micro sd card and a second interanlly. I did not have the k/b connected so it obviously could not find sd card, silly me.

    Having just posted this it seems not to be on the correct thread !
    Last edited by enduser2; 02-24-2013 at 07:22 AM. Reason: Clarity.

 

 
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