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1st February 2014, 01:49 AM |#1  
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So my friend decided to try to update my tablet and i was on Hariybean 2.31 and he installed twrp that wasn't compatible and now i cannot mount anything in the recovery and it only boots to the recovery i can still get adb from the remove menu and i can adb restart bootloader and access fast boot but every time i try to flsh anything it locks up fastboot says that i am on 10.6.1.27. anyone with any knoloege please help.
 
 
1st February 2014, 03:07 AM |#2  
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the isc or the jelly bean on also i have gotten the hairbeany recover back on but i dont have permission to do anything. keeps asking for password.?
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Goto twrp download 2.5.0.0 version n flash from fast boot. Install hairy bean again by following the instructions.
Once u are able to successfully load the rom. Goto recovery n flash the downgrade bootloader which can be found at the bottom of hairy bean thread. Now you can flash any rom compatible on 4.1 bootloader.

Mate you have to stop telling people this. This is the second thread I have seen you say it In. Hairy bean uses the 4.2 bootloader, flashing 2.5 twrp from their site for the prime is just asking to hard brick the device.

Official twrp will not work on a 4.2 bootloader, he would not be able to do anything in it. It would have all partitions locked and he would be completely stuck and it would ask for a password.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...94&postcount=8

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2409602

edit.. Just in case that sounded a bit harsh it wasn't meant to. I am just trying to stop people getting in worse situations.
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1st February 2014, 02:46 PM |#5  
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Mate you have to stop telling people this. This is the second thread I have seen you say it In. Hairy bean uses the 4.2 bootloader, flashing 2.5 twrp from their site for the prime is just asking to hard brick the device.

Official twrp will not work on a 4.2 bootloader, he would not be able to do anything in it. It would have all partitions locked and he would be completely stuck and it would ask for a password.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...94&postcount=8

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2409602

edit.. Just in case that sounded a bit harsh it wasn't meant to. I am just trying to stop people getting in worse situations.



Flumpster you are correct mate .. sorry for the confusion .. I am editing the previous threads ...
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Flumpster you are correct mate .. sorry for the confusion .. I am editing the previous threads ...

Cheers. Don't stop helping over this, They need all the people they can over here helping out. Just make sure you know you are 100 percent before giving advise, I always used to test it myself first as wrong information is far worse than no information.

Keep up the good work mate.
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