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Default Help me update Asus TF700T past December 7th's CM nightlie

Nightlies for my Asus Infinity TF700F keep failing since December 7th. The last nightlie I have been able to install has been cm-11-2013-1207-nightly. Every nightly since then keeps failing to install, so I have to go back to December 7th and reinstall gapps 4.3 as well, because the failed install trashes the OS. Does anybody have a fix for this? Was there an updated boot-loader that occurred between then and now?

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I now find out that the nightly files jumped to 190Megs (after December 7th) when they had consistently been at 170Meg prior to that. Every time I try to install a later version nightly, I get the set_metadata_recursive failure message with an error 7. Research has turned up the fact that the image size (of the more recent files) being bigger is messing me up.
 
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I get the set_metadata_recursive failure message with an error 7.
You need to update your recovery.
 
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I've tried that and the most current I get is cwm 6.0.3.1 for the infinity. Have you found a later version?

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I've tried that and the most current I get is cwm 6.0.3.1 for the infinity. Have you found a later version?
I really don't know where you were looking; you can find the latest version here on xda in the TF700 dev subforum and on the CM Wiki.
 
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Using rom managers update screen shows version and latest version to be 6.0.3.1. I run their update and still come out the same. Even tried uninstalling and reinstalling with the same results.

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Using rom managers update screen shows version and latest version to be 6.0.3.1. I run their update and still come out the same. Even tried uninstalling and reinstalling with the same results.

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Rom Manager used to brick TF700s - I wouldn't use it personally. Switch to TWRP latest version from here and you should be OK.
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Will TWRP work on the new CyanogenMod 11 .0 series (kit kat)?

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Will TWRP work on the new CyanogenMod 11 .0 series (kit kat)?

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The last version 2.6.3.2 reportedly does. But i has been released only a few days ago.
Why don't you use the official cwm provided in the CM 11 nightlies thread????
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1957660

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