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[SOLUTION] Asus TF101 & TF101G 1-Click Root APK for Honeycomb and ICS no PC needed

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It worked for me. ....?and clicked on the "Baidu Easy Root (EN Version) 2.3.7 Apk" link and found it. I'm now rooted and have TWRP installed. Tonight I'm going to try KatKiss. I'm glad I found this, my transformer won't connect to a computer so I haven't been able to root it.
I followed the instructions above and it works perfectly. Thank you!
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I'm super super newbie.. Now I'm rooted I like to install twrp and get kitkatkiss like u guys.. Can someone tell me how step by step... Thanks bunch! I did read other threads but it's very confusing...

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Are you the Dev? How does this method work? I could never get internal terminal to work for root on the tf101 always had to use otg or comp
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Originally Posted by Thing O Doom View Post
Are you the Dev? How does this method work? I could never get internal terminal to work for root on the tf101 always had to use otg or comp
I do not know very well how did I used the Razorclaw as a basis, but with a different interface, however as I am new in the business, so I found a way to create in Chinese, but with the help of a program for computer I'm getting successfully translate it into English. At first only worked with honeycomb, but after a long time working and looking at the root of several devices running ICS unwittingly joined the method of framaroot for Asus Prime with Razorclaw and was a success. I do not know how but it seems why the Asus Prime is an ancestor of TF101 and TF101G. After a while I realized I could join all the components of framaroot and use them in Razorclaw so now supports any device running HC or ICS. But unfortunately as I am still adjusting it will take a while to get root on devices running FY JB or KK.
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Is this that Chinese root tool that was reported to steal serial / IMEI numbers ?
Droid: TF101
ROM: KatKiss KitKat

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