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    Transformer Prime stuck in recovery mode!

    Hello everyone,

    I am happy to join this forum to learn all the nice things we can do with the Transformer Prime.
    I rooted my device and I also unlock it with the Asus Tool.
    I tried to install ClockModRecovery and since I cannot boot up my Prime. It just stays on ClockModRecovery.
    A driver is missing (APX or the Transformer Prime) and a made a lot of searches on the web but i did not found nothing.
    I want to find a way to get my Prime back! Pleazzzzzz Could Anybody help me!

    Thank you very much!

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    Soundwave
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    Thank you!

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    How did you try to get into CWM?

    It should be VOL DOWN and POWER for 10 seconds (until small text appears) then you have 5 seconds to press VOL UP.

    If you do VOL UP and POWER it goes into APX mode.


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    Soundwave
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    well that makes 2 of us now i have the same issue trying to figure it out its not doing nothing @ all i power on n EEE PAD comes up n jumps to CWM

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    You're Not Alone!!!
    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...my-tablet.html
    Although my problem is with tf101, sounds very similar.
    Maybe we can collectively figure out a way to fix our toys.

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevchaps View Post
    You're Not Alone!!!
    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...my-tablet.html
    Although my problem is with tf101, sounds very similar.
    Maybe we can collectively figure out a way to fix our toys.
    so this is kinda crazy TF101 and TF201 having same issue hows that? is there a way we can save our tablets cuz it hrts alot spending that money n not work but then again i want this to run since its my second hand buddy

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    here's what fixed mine

    Quote Originally Posted by goodintentions View Post
    Cool. Found a solution to this. Congrats.

    (1) Download this CWM version.

    (2) Use my earlier instruction to push this file into the internal drive of the TF.

    (3) Use your current CWM to flash it.

    (4) Type into your command prompt "adb shell"

    (5) Type "echo boot | dd of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 bs=1 seek=0"

    (6) Type "exit"

    (7) Reboot system.

    (8) Wait for it to do its thing.

    (9) Reboot into recovery by pressing power button and volume down button then volume up button. You know the drill.

    (10) You are now in the new CWM recovery. Use it to flash in the ICS firmware you got from the asus website.

    (11) You can now breathe again.
    If it works for you, thank goodintention. Helped through most every step of the way for me, saved my favorite toy

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    Jazz
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    You need adb for that fix, but it worked for me with cwm 5.5.0.4
    Last edited by Kevchaps; 03-15-2012 at 09:41 AM.

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevchaps View Post
    here's what fixed mine



    If it works for you, thank goodintention. Helped through most every step of the way for me, saved my favorite toy


    bout to try this but wait since i am using CWM how come is not reading my SD i tried 3 SDs n its not reading it and on top of that is not mounting the USB for some reason any ideas?
    Last edited by Klutch829; 03-15-2012 at 10:25 AM.

 

 
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