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[HOWTO]Fix TX's inverted screen caused by cross-flashing(PERMANENT)

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type adb devices and check whether its showing any devices in the list. for me it showed in cmw recovery (blue light) not in amber light (twrp)

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bro you r great i finally tried it today and it worked
 
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Thanks for the reply
Now what should I do?

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Are you using my kernel?If so,maybe you have a Model B Screen and this method is not capable of recovering your screen.Sorry.If not,give my kernel a try
 
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Are you using my kernel?If so,maybe you have a Model B Screen and this method is not capable of recovering your screen.Sorry.If not,give my kernel a try
hi,
I tried your method but unfortunately it did not work.(by kernel c_rtest.elf)

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My screen type is C. With respect to:
/d/msm_fb/mipi_r63306/panels ===> Text Editor :

Supported display panels:
DSI
panel [0]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_old_struct
DSI panel [1]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_1a
DSI panel [2]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_1c
DSI panel [3]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_1e
DSI panel [4]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30

How do I install MDW30 driver or MDX80 driver ? (Please Help me, please )

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hi,
I tried your method but unfortunately it did not work.(by kernel c_rtest.elf)

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My screen type is C. With respect to:
/d/msm_fb/mipi_r63306/panels ===> Text Editor :

Supported display panels:
DSI
panel [0]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_old_struct
DSI panel [1]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_1a
DSI panel [2]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_1c
DSI panel [3]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30_id_1e
DSI panel [4]=mipi_video_tmd_wxga_mdw30

How do I install MDW30 driver or MDX80 driver ? (Please Help me, please )

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Did this "no_id_panel" message appear before you tried my method or after that?If you use my kernel (at Step4 in OP,before recover_nvm)and see this "no_id_panel",maybe you shouldn't have tried that.And if you get "no_id_panel" before recover_nvm,the modified driver for MDW30 won't be loaded,and break_nvm & recover_nvm won't work.

The file /d/msm_fb/mipi_r63306/panels shows the panels supported by Renasas R63306 controller driver in the kernel,not your current panel/screen model.
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Did this "no_id_panel" message appear before you tried my method or after that?If you use my kernel (at Step4 in OP,before recover_nvm)and see this "no_id_panel",maybe you shouldn't have tried that.And if you get "no_id_panel" before recover_nvm,the modified driver for MDW30 won't be loaded,and break_nvm & recover_nvm won't work.

The file /d/msm_fb/mipi_r63306/panels shows the panels supported by Renasas R63306 controller driver in the kernel,not your current panel/screen model.
bro thanks for the reply,
According to the text: {How to find out my TX touch firmware/screen type?
Go into the 'Service' menu. Choose 'Service info' and 'Software info'. Only applicable to ICS firmware. In Jelly Bean firmware, this info is no longer available.
It is still possible to find out the screen type, by looking at the screen under a bright light or sunlight. If you can see grid of lines or circuit on the screen, then it is 'a'/'c' No Air Gap type. If no, then it is 'b' OptiContrast type.}

So my screen type is C.

I think this (no_id_panel)message appeared before your method.
 
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bro thanks for the reply,
According to the text: {How to find out my TX touch firmware/screen type?
Go into the 'Service' menu. Choose 'Service info' and 'Software info'. Only applicable to ICS firmware. In Jelly Bean firmware, this info is no longer available.
It is still possible to find out the screen type, by looking at the screen under a bright light or sunlight. If you can see grid of lines or circuit on the screen, then it is 'a'/'c' No Air Gap type. If no, then it is 'b' OptiContrast type.}

So my screen type is C.

I think this (no_id_panel)message appeared before your method.
That's a weird problem...sorry I may not be able to help you in this way...
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