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I've been trying to sideload the OTA. The device shows up while it's on the OS, can do an "adb devices" and it shows up and a, 'adb reboot recovery' and it reboots, but once I get into recovery, it no longer shows up. What am I missing...?
Did you verify all of the correct drivers are installed? I used the N10 Toolkit to install the drivers.

I seem to remember that when I booted in to recovery it installed a 2nd driver for recovery specifically. So when I got in to recovery and plugged in the usb it had a popup about installing driver.

Anyway try getting all of the drivers from the N10 toolkit and see if that helps. It was the toolkit by Mskip.

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Did you verify all of the correct drivers are installed? I used the N10 Toolkit to install the drivers.

I seem to remember that when I booted in to recovery it installed a 2nd driver for recovery specifically. So when I got in to recovery and plugged in the usb it had a popup about installing driver.

Anyway try getting all of the drivers from the N10 toolkit and see if that helps. It was the toolkit by Mskip.

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Sounds like he's missing the boot loader drivers. Read through the following link and make sure all the usb drivers are installed http://www.teamandroid.com/2012/07/3...h-android-sdk/

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I have the bootloader/fastboot drivers installed. When I type in "fastboot devices", it shows up in the list. The only place I can't get ADB to see it is in recovery itself. In device manager, during recovery, it shows up in "Other Devices" as Nexus 10 with an ! symbol, but uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers does nothing. I just get the ! symbol again.

EDIT: I uninstalled the "Nexus 10" drivers and installed the generic "Android ADB interface" drivers and it recognizes it now, but the "sideload" command doesn't work. I get *cannot read 'sideload' *.
 
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I have the bootloader/fastboot drivers installed. When I type in "fastboot devices", it shows up in the list. The only place I can't get ADB to see it is in recovery itself. In device manager, during recovery, it shows up in "Other Devices" as Nexus 10 with an ! symbol, but uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers does nothing. I just get the ! symbol again.

EDIT: I uninstalled the "Nexus 10" drivers and installed the generic "Android ADB interface" drivers and it recognizes it now, but the "sideload" command doesn't work. I get *cannot read 'sideload' *.
Try downloading a newer version of the sdk

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Try downloading a newer version of the sdk

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I already did.
 
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Not sure what the update had, but opening apps seems much quicker.

Also, I just spent an hour playing shadowgun online and my N10 would get very warm if not hot, it doesn't heat up nearly as much and doesn't seem to throttle down as much.

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I already did.
What do you have the usb connection as, MTP? Try the other one.

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Not sure what the update had, but opening apps seems much quicker.

Also, I just spent an hour playing shadowgun online and my N10 would get very warm if not hot, it doesn't heat up nearly as much and doesn't seem to throttle down as much.

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The update seemed to have improve performance, my n10 also seems faster

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This is weird. I'm not getting any OTA's from my N10. I just got it back from warranty and the build number says JOP40F instead of JOP40D.
 
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|https://twitter.com/romanbb/status/301868798309462016

"Roman: so @marclandis noticed a pretty bad memory leak in AOKP… couple of us spent all day tracking it down. Its a bug in AOSP. Its fixed in 4.2.2!"

Interesting. Perhaps there really might have been a problem over time with the N10. Looking forward to CM10.1 with 4.2.2.

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