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Thread: [SOLVED]Custom ROM/recovery not booting - Did I brick my TF700?

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    I tried both 2.6.3 and 2.7, both with the same result

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzo View Post
    I tried both 2.6.3 and 2.7, both with the same result

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    Did you download it from the twrp website and the right one for your device? One user has the same issue as you so I don't know what is going on because it is working fine on my device and flash it many times too.. Can you walk me through your proccess how you installed your twrp?

    BTW, you should be fine and need patience..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetMeKnow View Post
    As long as you still can boot into your bootloader, you should be fine. May I ask, what twrp version are you installing?
    Did you check the md5 sum for each file you downloaded? Make sure it's not just failing because you have a bad download! And as LMK said: If you happened to land on the download page for another device, that would explain a lot. Really make sure you download recoveries for the TF700.

    But if all that is for naught:
    To flash the Asus firmware in fastboot, follow buster99's method:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2179759&page=2
    It has helped many, many users to recover.

    For the last step of this process I would do it a little different than he describes. I would copy the blob (from the twice unzipped firmware file) into the same directory as your fastboot.exe. Then the command would be
    Code:
    fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash system blob
    and
    Code:
    fastboot reboot
    Good luck!

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    Last edited by droidbound; 03-30-2014 at 11:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidbound View Post
    Did you check the md5 sum for each file you downloaded? Make sure it's not just failing because you have a bad download! And as LMK said: If you happened to land on the download page for another device, that would explain a lot. Really make sure you download recoveries for the TF700.

    But if all that is for naught:
    To flash the Asus firmware in fastboot, follow buster99's method:
    Unrecoverable bootloader error but not Bricked! - Page 2 - xda-developers
    It has helped many, many users to recover.

    For the last step of this process I would do it a little different than he describes. I would copy the blob (from the twice unzipped firmware file) into the same directory as your fastboot.exe. Then the command would be
    Code:
    fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash system blob
    and
    Code:
    fastboot reboot
    Good luck!

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    Thanks droidbound for coming in to the rescue. @hanzo has some helps from gtanner00 and droidbound. He will be fine.. I can go to bed now..

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    Thansk for all your help guys, Buster99 did indeed work and I'm back to a booting device runnign stock JB

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzo View Post
    Thansk for all your help guys, Buster99 did indeed work and I'm back to a booting device runnign stock JB
    Allright!

    @hanzo I edited the thread title to make it easier for other members to find it and marked it SOLVED
    For the record: A format in TWRP 2.7 can take 90 minutes. You (and another user on XDA with exactly the same problem) interrupted the process and ended up with a non-working recovery. This seems to be a new issue with the latest TWRP version - spread the word.....

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    Last edited by droidbound; 03-31-2014 at 10:30 AM.
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