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Default Should have left good enough alone - tablet reboots into twrp

TF201 rooted and unlocked.
Twrp v. 2.6.0.0.
Android version 4.2.1
Build - Energy rom March 28th, 2013 JP J0P40D.WW_epad - 10.6.1.8

tf201 will only boot to twrp 2.6.0.0. No operating system on tablet. In twrp if you click install, no zip files found and internal storage is shown as 0 megabytes. I have no idea what i am doing, but would appreciate some help. Is there away to reload twrp? Is there a way I can reinstall operating system or some custom rom.
 
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This does not belong here. Q&A

Yes I believe several ways - you wiped internal storage... easiest of which would be throwing a compatible rom on an SD card and installing from there? Does twrp 2.6.0 not recognize SD? Can you push a rom to internal with adb? What were you running before you wiped?


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ERIS-->DINC-->TB-->REZ-->S3-->S4-->S5 + TF201
 
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This does not belong here. Q&A

Yes I believe several ways - you wiped internal storage... easiest of which would be throwing a compatible rom on an SD card and installing from there? Does twrp 2.6.0 not recognize SD? Can you push a rom to internal with adb? What were you running before you wiped?


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I just rebooted the tablet and it booted normal with energy rom loaded. How can I reload twrp.
 
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This is totally not why I hate crossflashed 10.6.x bootloaders.
 
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Sometimes a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. I ended up erasing the recovery partition and now the tablet boots normally. I can't boot into recovery mode but at least it works. I have learned a valuable lesson - don't mess with sh$t you know nothing about.
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