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[Q] TF101 ADB not connected or offline

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By dragonfire353, Member on 6th April 2012, 12:39 AM
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I have tried usb driver from the pc suite, the usb from support download page, the drivers that came with viperMOD and nothing allows adb to "see" my tablet, not even asus sync, just got it today, updated to ics then tried connecting and after that faile, the different drivers, abb usually says there are no devices, that or once in a while that the device is offline. When I boot up eclipse it goes crazy with errors trying to constantly connect. Has anyone else had this issue?
6th April 2012, 08:39 PM |#2  
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Is it possible to root while in APX mod or whatever? How do I get to it btw?
6th April 2012, 09:08 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by dragonfire353

Is it possible to root while in APX mod or whatever? How do I get to it btw?

Only if you have an SBK v1 TF. Serial # B60 or older (some B70)
If you have an SBK v1, use NVFLash to flash a compatible rooted ROM.
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How do I find out? It says C20, nvmd though, oddly when I plugged it into a different usb it decided to work O_o
6th April 2012, 09:44 PM |#5  
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I should install this universal naked drivers

They are good for apx/adb mode
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Though I didn't have your exact issue I did have issues installing drivers and I was able to download PDAnet and start the install process. This automatically installed drivers for me that made my ADB setup work when nothing else would.
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