Originally Posted by Nijin
Alright, get Asus Stock from their website, install that, then reset and flash recovery (TWRP - what exactly does the "-42" mean?) After that I'm good to install CM.
Oops, got the order wrong: first flash recovery, then do the factory reset using recovery. Don't use the wipe option on the bootloader screen.
There are several versions of TWRP, usually named -ics, -jb and -42.
Don't use the -ics or -jb versions with the new bootloader, but use a -42 version for flashing CM 10.
For flashing CM 11 you need yet another variant of TWRP that is not available from the official download site. Check the CM 11 thread for a download link.
Be careful, using the wrong recovery can result in an expensive brick.
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