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    transformer tf700t boot-looping and uid inconsistent

    Hi my tf700 is stuck in a boot loop. I boot up (currently on cromi-x 5.1) I get to the welcome screen and get the message: UID inconsistent, reboot, or "I feel lucky". When I hit I feel lucky, I get into the system briefly, but it then reboots by itself.
    I have tried the following:
    1. Tried restoring from backup using twrp, 3 backups were on my external sd card, but none have been successful in restoring (restore fails.)
    2. Tried wiping cache, davlik, system and "format data" on twrp screen, no help.
    3. Tried to flash 2 other versions of cromi which I had on the external sd card, flashing works , but still in boot loop.

    When I plug the unit into my computer, I see it as an unidentifed device. I tried to reinstall the drivers, but when I point windows to the folder with the driver.inf folder, it doesn't recognize it. I reinstalled asus suite, but I don't think that installed the proper drivers.

    Any ideas as to what I can do to 1. Get the computer to recognize the tablet 2. Fix the UID problem, 3. Stop the boot-loop.

    Thanks in advance.

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    First I would recommend searching for the Naked Drivers and trying to use those for connecting to PC. Secondly you may want to start from scratch try using Scotts toolkit found here http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=22901594685178272

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    moved from "guides, tips & tricks" to tf700 development

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    Quote Originally Posted by drshufer View Post
    Hi my tf700 is stuck in a boot loop. I boot up (currently on cromi-x 5.1) I get to the welcome screen and get the message: UID inconsistent, reboot, or "I feel lucky". When I hit I feel lucky, I get into the system briefly, but it then reboots by itself.
    I have tried the following:
    1. Tried restoring from backup using twrp, 3 backups were on my external sd card, but none have been successful in restoring (restore fails.)
    2. Tried wiping cache, davlik, system and "format data" on twrp screen, no help.
    3. Tried to flash 2 other versions of cromi which I had on the external sd card, flashing works , but still in boot loop.

    When I plug the unit into my computer, I see it as an unidentifed device. I tried to reinstall the drivers, but when I point windows to the folder with the driver.inf folder, it doesn't recognize it. I reinstalled asus suite, but I don't think that installed the proper drivers.

    Any ideas as to what I can do to 1. Get the computer to recognize the tablet 2. Fix the UID problem, 3. Stop the boot-loop.

    Thanks in advance.
    You did a lot already, but my main suspect would be the wrong bootloader, an outdated recovery or a combination of those.
    What's your recovery/bootloader version?
    Did you flash the bootloader/TWRP package from the CROMI-X OP before installing the rom?

    It would be great if you could grab a logcat of when it loops, but for that you have to get the driver issue sorted out.
    Did you try Google's Naked Drivers?

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    Last edited by droidbound; 11-18-2013 at 04:36 PM.

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    Thanks, I ended up formatting the internal memory and loaded stock Asus firmware
    seems stable so far.

 

 

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