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[Q] Reflash android 4.1.1

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Default [Q] Reflash android 4.1.1

Hello I have flashed my tablet a few days ago and soon after the tablet dont react to the hdmi cable anymore, anyway I am thinking of reflashing it but can anyone tell how I should proceed or what data I may lose in the process?

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There are multiple Asus firmware releases based on Android 4.1.1. Go to Settings -> About Tablet and check "Build number". Then read http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1755576
 
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Default Sv: [Q] Reflash android 4.1.1

Hmm maybe i was unclear, flash and root are not the same thing is it? Anyway i rooted the device unconventionally since there were non for 4.1.1 how do i reroot it and does any data disapear?


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Yes, root and flash are totally different.
What do you mean unconventionally? What was the process used?

To root easily you must unlock your device. There is a good guide in the General Infinity forum.

A harder way to root is to go back to Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), root, use RootKeeper, Upgrade to 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) and re-root with RootKeeper.

A really good thing to do before screwing with your tablet is to do a complete back-up in the event something goes wrong.
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Ok if you are locked and unrooted, its only that you can either upgrade or downgrade the firmware keeping the warrenty intact.
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