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Cool [Q] unroot and roll back to a stock rom

i flash my tf101 to android revolution hd ' now i want to sell my asus
what is the things that i have to do for going back to the stock rom (ICS) ?

i need a guide please

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Just download the latest firmware from Asus and flash via cwm recovery. Oner done you'll have stock firmware and stock recovery
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Default i cant find the build number

it says android revolution hd 3.2.0 by mike 1986
 
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Build number doesn't matter.
 
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Default which of build ?? ww us de ??

I dont know because of the android revolution rom
 
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Default sure it does,

I downloaded firmware for tf101 (us) and try install from the recovery, the insttlation abborted.
Listen my problem is that when i turn on the asus it goes to recovery instead the os.
What to do?
 
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Listen my problem is that when i turn on the asus it goes to recovery instead the os.
What to do?
Go here
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=23256536
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