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29th June 2014, 05:11 AM |#1  
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need a little help guys... updated from an outdated twrp to clockworkmod recovery 6.0.4.7 and installed cromix 5.4. now the tablet just keeps freezing at the asus screen. is there anything I can do?
29th June 2014, 07:10 AM |#2  
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need a little help guys... updated from an outdated twrp to clockworkmod recovery 6.0.4.7 and installed cromix 5.4. now the tablet just keeps freezing at the asus screen. is there anything I can do?

What's your bootloader version? Could that be outdated too? You gotta have 10.6.1.14.4, better .8 or .10, but .4 is fine for CROMi-X.
Also, what rom did you come from? Did you do a full wipe (cache, dalvik and data) in recovery before installing?
29th June 2014, 07:35 AM |#3  
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What's your bootloader version? Could that be outdated too? You gotta have 10.6.1.14.4, better .8 or .10, but .4 is fine for CROMi-X.
Also, what rom did you come from? Did you do a full wipe (cache, dalvik and data) in recovery before installing?

I had cromi 5.2 if I remember correctly, and I have clockworkmod recovery v6.0.4.7. I had twrp but it wouldn't update... and yes I did do a full wipe. after trying for awhile, I've now installed CM11 and it's booting up. but it restarts itself about 40 seconds in to booting up. now my questions is that, is there an easy way for me to installed the lastest version of twrp and install cromix 5.4? and or just having a stable CM11 is great too. thanks!
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29th June 2014, 11:09 AM |#4  
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I had cromi 5.2 if I remember correctly, and I have clockworkmod recovery v6.0.4.7. I had twrp but it wouldn't update... and yes I did do a full wipe. after trying for awhile, I've now installed CM11 and it's booting up. but it restarts itself about 40 seconds in to booting up. now my questions is that, is there an easy way for me to installed the lastest version of twrp and install cromix 5.4? and or just having a stable CM11 is great too. thanks!

Sounds like you are on the wrong bootloader. Please provide the bootloader version from the screen in the top left when you boot holding power and volume down.
29th June 2014, 07:06 PM |#5  
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Sounds like you are on the wrong bootloader. Please provide the bootloader version from the screen in the top left when you boot holding power and volume down.

10.4.4.25 is the number. if that's wrong, how do I fix it? thx.
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10.4.4.25 is the number. if that's wrong, how do I fix it? thx.

Yes way too old that is a jb 4.1.1 bootloader.

Flash my bootloader and twrp zip package from the cromi-x thread, reboot and then use my script in the dev forum to update to twrp 2.7.1.1.

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