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[Recovery][05.04.2014][tf701t] CWM 6.0.4.7 Advanced Edition / PhilZ Touch 6.25.9

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1st March 2015, 01:21 PM |#31  
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My speakers died when I was setting up Alsa in Linux. I made something wrong, probably gave high-frequency noise to speakers. They became hot and demagnitized a little. That is not a problem to replace it, but I prefer headphones.
 
 
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Installed CROMi-X 7.1 b2 with this recovery. No issues whatsoever. Sound is still as it was before. Very happy to finally have a touch recovery!
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Hmm I am having the opposite. I haven't made it through a single install yet without recovery completely locking up.

I can't find any logs that indicate what went wrong. Anyone else seeing this?
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Hmm I am having the opposite. I haven't made it through a single install yet without recovery completely locking up.

I can't find any logs that indicate what went wrong. Anyone else seeing this?

Installed b4 just now. After completing the installation it goes back to CWM and then it locks up. First hard reboot takes me back to the recovery. After selecting reboot system the tab reboots normally and i get into the setup. No errors at all since then.

The installation is done completely so the problem will be in restarting the recovery after installation. Maybe let the tab reboot automatically after the setup is complete?
9th March 2015, 06:39 PM |#35  
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Installed b4 just now. After completing the installation it goes back to CWM and then it locks up. First hard reboot takes me back to the recovery. After selecting reboot system the tab reboots normally and i get into the setup. No errors at all since then.

The installation is done completely so the problem will be in restarting the recovery after installation. Maybe let the tab reboot automatically after the setup is complete?

I had that same issue once as well - I suspect that the recovery just doesn't clean up some of the tmp files in that case - but all other installs failed to install. Graphically it had glitches and was slow too so I wonder if it is related to the gui elements somehow.
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I had that same issue once as well - I suspect that the recovery just doesn't clean up some of the tmp files in that case - but all other installs failed to install. Graphically it had glitches and was slow too so I wonder if it is related to the gui elements somehow.

I also experienced the installation to be slow. I didn't have the other issues you mentioned.
1st June 2015, 09:45 PM |#37  
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I am SO psyched about this! Can we now get a TWRP for our tablet? We should be able to integrate touch drivers using the same principle into TWRP!

When I connect my TF701T to my Laptop, it doesn't find the device. I looked all over for drivers (Win7) and cannot find any. I did follow the instructions. Anyone know where drivers can be found? Or am I just missing something?
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