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Hi, everyone.
I made some experiments with my tf701t. I want to have Ubuntu Desktop. And because I need the nvflash. I found PC app in nvidia Linux_For_Tegra pack (https://developer.nvidia.com/linux-tegra-rel-17). It work, but I couldn't do anything with my tablet. First I power off tablet, then I push Power and Volume + about 5 second. That combination enable specially mode. Nvidia wrote in guide
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Put your system into "reset recovery mode"
. All appearance, this is it mode. Next, I connect tablet to PC and type, for example, sudo nvflash --getpartitiontable ./ . This command should read partition table, but nothing happens. If I disconnect tablet, I get error. And, thats all. Someway can I use nvflash?

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$ sudo nvflash --getpartitiontable
Nvflash 3.08.1700 started
chip uid from BR is: 0x600000015c3e1008000000000b030380
(5 minut wait, and disconnect)
usb read error (71): Protocol error
miniloader download failed (response read failed)
rcm version 0X0
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Hi, everyone.
I made some experiments with my tf701t. I want to have Ubuntu Desktop. And because I need the nvflash. I found PC app in nvidia Linux_For_Tegra pack (https://developer.nvidia.com/linux-tegra-rel-17). It work, but I couldn't do anything with my tablet. First I power off tablet, then I push Power and Volume + about 5 second. That combination enable specially mode. Nvidia wrote in guide . All appearance, this is it mode. Next, I connect tablet to PC and type, for example, sudo nvflash --getpartitiontable ./ . This command should read partition table, but nothing happens. If I disconnect tablet, I get error. And, thats all. Someway can I use nvflash?
Is that nvflash compatible with tegra 4 devices? As far as I'm aware it oinlky works on tegra 3......
 
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I think so. Nvidia flash script (for developer tablet Dalmore) work through nvflash. There is line in it:
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DFLT_FLASHAPPNAME="nvflash"
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