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13th September 2014, 04:33 PM |#111  
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6.0.5.1 posted (DB).
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7th October 2014, 02:55 AM |#112  
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can someone give me a step by step set of instructions in how to permanently install the custom recovery after the bootloader is unlocked? I dont want to screw this up
7th October 2014, 08:08 AM |#113  
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can someone give me a step by step set of instructions in how to permanently install the custom recovery after the bootloader is unlocked? I dont want to screw this up

There are installation instructions in the OP of basically each custom rom in the Development section.
If you need more background info, read this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2688891
I wrote the guide for the TF700, but the steps for installing the custom recovery are the same. Just replace the CWM recovery for the TF701 and you will be fine.
12th November 2014, 02:18 PM |#114  
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Recovery @ DB has been updated.
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16th December 2014, 09:13 PM |#115  
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Recovery @ DB has been updated.

What's the trouble with the touch screen driver integration?
Is there any way I can help get that going? I'm really hoping for TWRP, but that can't be built for our device without first getting CWM Touch working....
I'm not an expert by any means, but I can handle some tedious stuff if it's just a matter of it being time consuming...
16th December 2014, 09:33 PM |#116  
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What's the trouble with the touch screen driver integration?
Is there any way I can help get that going? I'm really hoping for TWRP, but that can't be built for our device without first getting CWM Touch working....
I'm not an expert by any means, but I can handle some tedious stuff if it's just a matter of it being time consuming...

The problem is that the recovery partition on this tablet is way too small for a recovery with touchscreen drivers - there's just not enough room. Teamwin will not develop one. We can be grateful to the CWM team that we have a custom recovery at all...
17th December 2014, 03:15 PM |#117  
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The CWM team isn't who's been building this for us. It's been pershoot. I know he's been otherwise occupied with RL stuff, which is why I'm wondering if there is anything I can do to help. You are right that our recovery partition is small, but it's not too small for TWRP.
Our recovery partition is only 8MB, but the TWRP 2.8.1 recovery image for the Galaxy S4 is... 8MB.
I don't expect TWRP to do this for us. That's not their job, and I doubt any of them really feel like it's their responsibility. If we can get working touch screen drivers with CWM, I'll build TWRP from source myself (I've got linux virtual machines galore), and share it... I just don't know what's been done so far, or what the trouble is... Like I say, I'm no expert. I might fail miserably... But I'd like to try to help if possible. My TF700t had TWRP and it was excellent. It's awkward to take a step down in recovery (no offense intended) while taking a step up in performance...
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We might not need that as a prerequisite after all... Seeing what I can do, I'll keep you posted. Obviously with Christmas things'll be a little crazy for a bit, but I'm going to see if I can't figure this out on my own... If I do, I'll make a new thread.

Update: So apparently the touchscreen drivers for our tablet have a userspace element that interacts with the kernel, rather than having the touchscreen drivers wholly in the kernel... The problem with that is twofold: these are precompiled files we're dealing with, and the dependent files we would need to include total 1.7 MB, but the TWRP source before integrating these files is 7.5 MB. So it is like berndblb said, our recovery is too small to include the files we would need to include. If it weren't for the additional files, it would work fine... Wondering if maybe there is a device similar to ours that has the touchscreen drivers as part of the kernel...? Maybe we can snag them and use them for our tablet, if only for the recovery mode.

Update 2: Built it, but no touch input. Mouse works fine, but only while docked to the keyboard (and a mouse dongle plugged into the dock). This issue is well beyond me, but there are some very skilled people working on the Nvidia Shield (which has the same touchscreen as we do) here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/shie...2#post57969432
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28th December 2014, 03:29 AM |#119  
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This has been updated.
http://droidbasement.com/db-blog/?p=3568
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updated with latest kernel.
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