(CWM-based Recovery v126.96.36.199)
For the Asus Transformer TF101
First off, thank you to...
Team RogueAll I did slap together all their hard work to make it work on the TF101.
The source and more info for Rouge Recovery is available in the Xoom release thread from Team Rogue. I have not made any modifications to it to work with the TF101. You can find that thread here:
The discussion of the touch release in that thread begins here:
I used the kernel from Roach2010's ClockworkMod Recovery 188.8.131.52 release here:
Mostly based on AOKP's TF101 device tree, just picked out the parts needed to compile the recovery. Particularly BoardConfig.mk:
[2012-05-25] 1.5.0-R1 (5028-based)
Updated to Rogue XM Recovery v1.5.0 which is touch-enabled with the same features as before. See the Xoom release thread for more information on Rogue Recovery:
Can also finally use the boot to recovery option available in some ROMs thanks to the recovery boot loop fix from Roach2010 from here:
Workaround for small menu targets
If I can figure out a way to just make the menu items taller, I'll make an update. Otherwise I'm waiting for Rogue to implement it first.[2012-01-14] 1.3.0-R1 (5027-based)
Original release, non-touch
Mounting as USB storage does not work. (Accessing the tablet or SD card from your computer when plugged in via USB)
I tested this the best I could, but use at your own risk. I am not liable for data loss, spontaneous combustion, temporal anomalies, or anything in between.
Just flash the attached zip from CWM.
There's also an nvflash version that has the recovery.img in it and will only flash the recovery if you prefer that method. Or just so you don't have to unpack the blob file if you need the recovery.img.
I did this because I thought it'd be nice to have a newer recovery for our TF101s, but also because I want to learn to do some sort of development even if it's just building for similar devices. I'm still new to using anything like git or using C/Java like this so don't expect miracles right away if bugs come up! I have some experience with other languages, but not in this kind of application.