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My device is TF201.
Here is my long story: (search for my post)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50690267

In short, i cannot get fastboot but can get to APX (power + up)

Was thinking of trying your steps but I dun understand how to get twrp.blob.

Also, prior to my brick i flashed some cwm recovery. Does that matter?
I have all the output files from the flatline thingy.

Any ideas?

You have your generated nvflash blobs???
 

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You have your generated nvflash blobs???
I'm pretty noob so i'm not sure what you mean by generated nvflash blobs.

Here are the files in my nvflash dir:
blob.bin 1,670,651
blob.log 649
bootloader.ebt 1,558,608
bricksafe.img 12,058,624
create.bct 6,128
factory-config.img 5,242,880
libnv3p.dll 54,784
libnvaes_ref.dll 45,056
libnvapputil.dll 81,920
libnvboothost.dll 43,520
libnvdioconverter.dll 45,056
libnvflash.dll 81,920
libnvos.dll 101,376
libnvtestio.dll 96,768
libnvtestresults.dll 46,080
libnvusbhost.dll 44,544
nvflash.exe 272,896
pt_patch.log 298
pt_restore.log 299
recovery.bct 6,128
unlock-token.img 8,388,608
wheelie.exe 105,264
 
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I'm pretty noob so i'm not sure what you mean by generated nvflash blobs.

Here are the files in my nvflash dir:
blob.bin 1,670,651
blob.log 649
bootloader.ebt 1,558,608
bricksafe.img 12,058,624
create.bct 6,128
factory-config.img 5,242,880
libnv3p.dll 54,784
libnvaes_ref.dll 45,056
libnvapputil.dll 81,920
libnvboothost.dll 43,520
libnvdioconverter.dll 45,056
libnvflash.dll 81,920
libnvos.dll 101,376
libnvtestio.dll 96,768
libnvtestresults.dll 46,080
libnvusbhost.dll 44,544
nvflash.exe 272,896
pt_patch.log 298
pt_restore.log 299
recovery.bct 6,128
unlock-token.img 8,388,608
wheelie.exe 105,264


Ok yes you should be able to do what you need to do.. You tell me what you need and we will get your tf201t up and running again.....
 

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TF300T: Running CMB4.4.2
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MANTA: Rooted Stock (4 now)
OTTER: Running CMB4.4.2

 
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Ok yes you should be able to do what you need to do.. You tell me what you need and we will get your tf201t up and running again.....
First, let me thank you for responding. Really appreciate this.

You mean I actually have hope even that now I only have a black screen + APX device detected in windows 7?

Should we continue this on this thread? Since its tf201 and not tf300
Or should we continue on IRC?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50690267
(please read my story (10th reply down))

I have no idea how to proceed at all and dun wish to do anything silly.
Should i follow what you did or this:

[GUIDE] nvFlash General Users Guide [Unbrick/Recover/Downgrade/Upgrade]- TF201
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50691902
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1. Download an un-blob'd ROM (links below). [Advanced users can use BlobTools (blobunpack) and unblob a ROM. Make sure you have compatible unblob'd images of the bootloader, recovery, kernel & system]
2. Extract wheelie, nvFlash and the unblob'd ROM to a directory (avoid spaces in the directory path)
3. Start your device in APX mode [Power On + Volume Up]. Your tablet screen will remain blank in APX mode.
4. Bootstrap your device (enter nvFlash mode) while your device is in APX mode using wheelie
wheelie.exe --blob blob.bin
5. After wheelie does it's job, your device will be ready in nvFlash mode. You can now begin the process.
6. We start with the bootloader. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.EBT file. To flash the bootloader, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 4 blob.EBT
7. Next we move to the recovery image. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.SOS file. To flash the recovery image, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 5 blob.SOS
8. Next we move to the boot image. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.LNX file. To flash the boot image, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 6 blob.LNX
9. Next we move to the system image. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.APP file. To flash the system image, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 10 blob.APP
10. Finally, we reboot the device. After you run the following command, you will see the text "AndroidRoot 9.4.2.28" and your device should reboot in a few seconds. If you device does not reboot after you see the text, force a reboot (long press the Power button)
nvflash.exe -r --go
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Originally Posted by vanquishe View Post
First, let me thank you for responding. Really appreciate this.

You mean I actually have hope even that now I only have a black screen + APX device detected in windows 7?

Should we continue this on this thread? Since its tf201 and not tf300
Or should we continue on IRC?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50690267
(please read my story (10th reply down))

I have no idea how to proceed at all and dun wish to do anything silly.
Should i follow what you did or this:

[GUIDE] nvFlash General Users Guide [Unbrick/Recover/Downgrade/Upgrade]- TF201
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50691902
-----------------------
1. Download an un-blob'd ROM (links below). [Advanced users can use BlobTools (blobunpack) and unblob a ROM. Make sure you have compatible unblob'd images of the bootloader, recovery, kernel & system]
2. Extract wheelie, nvFlash and the unblob'd ROM to a directory (avoid spaces in the directory path)
3. Start your device in APX mode [Power On + Volume Up]. Your tablet screen will remain blank in APX mode.
4. Bootstrap your device (enter nvFlash mode) while your device is in APX mode using wheelie
wheelie.exe --blob blob.bin
5. After wheelie does it's job, your device will be ready in nvFlash mode. You can now begin the process.
6. We start with the bootloader. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.EBT file. To flash the bootloader, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 4 blob.EBT
7. Next we move to the recovery image. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.SOS file. To flash the recovery image, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 5 blob.SOS
8. Next we move to the boot image. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.LNX file. To flash the boot image, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 6 blob.LNX
9. Next we move to the system image. In the case of the un-blob'd ROMs below, this is the blob.APP file. To flash the system image, use this command:
nvflash.exe -r --download 10 blob.APP
10. Finally, we reboot the device. After you run the following command, you will see the text "AndroidRoot 9.4.2.28" and your device should reboot in a few seconds. If you device does not reboot after you see the text, force a reboot (long press the Power button)
nvflash.exe -r --go
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My Currently Supported ROMS
Current Devices
TF700T: Running CROMBi-kk4.4.2
TF300T: Running CMB4.4.2
M7_VZW: Running CMB4.4.2
MANTA: Rooted Stock (4 now)
OTTER: Running CMB4.4.2

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