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    My guess it that /data is corrupted and will require a format, but a factory reset MIGHT fix it. Do you have data on the tab that you want to save? If not I'd go ahead and take the time (lots of time) to format it anyway. Format does not require mounting. You may need to reboot TWRP afterwards, before you can access /data/. DB is right (again) you should definitely update TWRP if possible at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jGRite View Post
    E:Unable to mount '/data'
    using v2.7.1.1 twrp
    It looks like a Data corruption to me. You may want to format your data partition in the twrp recovery. I hope that you don't have any important files on your data partition...

    If I could upload files here for users, I could create a flashable twrp zip for users without fastboot access. However, if you have fastboot, using fastboot is an old known working method...Good luck..

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidbound View Post
    Your nightlies updates may have outrun your recovery, which is a little behind.
    Can you access fastboot?
    Try flashing TWRP 2.8.x, do a factory reset in recovery, then reflash your latest rom.
    If that doesn't work, you may have to format /data. Either in recovery of fastboot.
    Unfortunately, I put all my information on my SD card, and I can't transfer anything (meaning OSs) from it to my tablet. All I know I can do is get into TWRP. I'll try and find a link on how to do this without an OS installed.

    I'm not worried about what's on the tablet I just need to be able to install OSs again.

    I'm stuck now with my tablet in fastboot trying to figure out what to do in cmd. "fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash recovery twrp.blob" doesn't do it.

    I guess I gotta wipe this thing clean. All of the fastboot commands are coming back "FAILED". How do wipe it properly from fastboot or twrp?
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    All your fastboot commands fail? What return do you get from "fastboot devices"? If you're using Windows you may have driver problems. Also, is the twrp.blob file in the same folder as the fastboot.exe file?

    If you can still get into TWRP, put an old TWRP backup on the microSD, (it has to be in the correct folder or TWRP can't see it), format /data/, then restore the backup. That should at least get the tablet working. If the microSD is in a card reader in your Windows PC, the proper folder will be:
    E://TWRP/BACKUPS/(tab serial #, like 015d55555c666666)/(backup name, like 2014-11-28-17-37-37 TF700 CROMi-Xenogenesis 5.4-)
    if Windows assigned E: to your microSD.

    To format /data/ in TWRP, once you are booted into recovery, touch Wipe, then Format Data buttons, swipe to confirm, and wait. And wait. Depending on the size of your /data/ partition, it could be an hour or even more. Make sure your battery is up before you start, we don't want to completely brick it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinthefixer View Post
    All your fastboot commands fail? What return do you get from "fastboot devices"? If you're using Windows you may have driver problems. Also, is the twrp.blob file in the same folder as the fastboot.exe file?

    If you can still get into TWRP, put an old TWRP backup on the microSD, (it has to be in the correct folder or TWRP can't see it), format /data/, then restore the backup. That should at least get the tablet working. If the microSD is in a card reader in your Windows PC, the proper folder will be:
    E://TWRP/BACKUPS/(tab serial #, like 015d55555c666666)/(backup name, like 2014-11-28-17-37-37 TF700 CROMi-Xenogenesis 5.4-)
    if Windows assigned E: to your microSD.

    To format /data/ in TWRP, once you are booted into recovery, touch Wipe, then Format Data buttons, swipe to confirm, and wait. And wait. Depending on the size of your /data/ partition, it could be an hour or even more. Make sure your battery is up before you start, we don't want to completely brick it!
    fastboot devices give me the number of my tf (whatever that number is) No problems with drivers. Yes it's in the same folder.

    I can't move any files on TWRP to the SD card or the other way around (I think I said that). If I restore backup I'll lose TWRP right? The way things have been with this tablet I don't think that's gonna work (I'll try it though). I ended up doing "repairs" on each part, and when I got to "data" it wouldn't repair so I reformatted to ext4. I wasn't satisfied with the results (Wiping data without wipiing /data/media ...) so I formatted to ext3 and I'll reformat it back to ext4 when it's finished. "Formatting Data using mke2fs..." Done. "Formatting data using make_ext4fs function.

    I was able to install TWRP... but I have the wrong version because, whoever designed the site is a troll, they put the latest version at the bottom. Now downloading from their site is... a problem, and don't get me started on this auto pop out layout they got... had to zoom out to navigate the site. Finally downloaded it and flashed it. Installed CM Nightly... Now I gotta start over again. Sigh.... how did I end up going they all this?

    Thanks for the help everyone.
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    No, TWRP does not overwrite /recovery when restoring. Sometimes I wish it did. But you can definitely restore an older backup and retain your newer recovery.
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