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[Q] recovery/bootloader issues

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22nd March 2014, 06:29 AM   |  #1  
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after i got my tf700 tablet i unlocked the bootloader and put cwm and cm11 on it, without any problems.
then i tried the same thing on my brothers tf300 i accidentally bricked it, after we bought another one i used the nvflash bricksafe setup on my tf700 so the same thing would not happen to me. then i changed from cwm to philz. later i tried to change the wallpaper in philz and my device froze, so i rebooted and found myself bricked. so i used apx to recover. i got android functionality back but now i have some issues.

1. i cant access recovery, selecting the rck command results in an error: unrecoverable bootloader error (0x00000000)
2. i cant make fastboot flash commands work to reflash a recovery, because the tablet freezes after i hit enter

i have used the "fastboot erase recovery" command too, which seemed to work...

recovery mode usability needs to be restored and possibly a fresh install of the bootloader too.
any help putting it back together either through apx recovery or the android system would be much appriciated!
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22nd March 2014, 08:32 AM   |  #2  
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Did you try to flash the stock blob? Sounds to me like a case for buster99's method:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2179759&page=2
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Did you try to flash the stock blob? Sounds to me like a case for buster99's method:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2179759&page=2

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Reset your device with a paperclip/needle (about 2 cm down of your sdcard slot) and hold vol-down to enter fastboot

(the folowing i did at least 10 times already but didn't erase misc)

fastboot erase system
fastboot erase recovery
fastboot erase userdata
fastboot erase boot
fastboot erase misc
fastboot erase cache
fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash system c:\adb\TF300t\blob (this is my path - your's may vary depending where you stored your blob) ((also this was the first time i saw the loading bar while flashing)*
fastboot -i 0x0B05 reboot

thanks for the instructions but i think i will leave this as a last resort as i would rather not have to redo everything i have already done to my device, i hate starting over
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A nandroid would have done the trick
Sometimes you have to learn the hard way...
I'm talking about myself: made a nandroid of my CROMi-X installation before flashing CROMBi-KK and then formatted data - without copying the nandroid to microSD - DOH!

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A nandroid would have done the trick
Sometimes you have to learn the hard way...
I'm talking about myself: made a nandroid of my CROMi-X installation before flashing CROMBi-KK and then formatted data - without copying the nandroid to microSD - DOH!

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i have a nandroid, on an external source too,
but if you cant get into recovery there is no way to use (or at lease not one that i know)
22nd March 2014, 09:49 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by kirbyonwarpstar

i have a nandroid, on an external source too,
but if you cant get into recovery there is no way to use (or at lease not one that i know)

In that case, it's easy:
Flash system blob
Flash custom recovery
Restore nandroid

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