Originally Posted by husky_doggy
TF101 Stuck at EeePad forever.
1. booting in to recovery, and reflash ROM, but the new recovery I used does not support external SD card.
2. tried wiping data etc...
3. tried the APX mode with Brks_root tool. I dont think it is communicating at all.... guess the USB debug mode is not on. ( cant turn it on since i can not boot into android..)
doesnt seems to do anything...
I guess booting into recovery to flash ROM is not possible since no external card support, and I do not have any ROM in the internal SD card...
anyone has another way to help me out?
I want to try the Nvflash unbrick tools but cant find any download-able link
Nvflash found and download.bat run. TF101 back on.
please delete this post . if you need to . =)
DONT PANIC..I simplified the instructions, this WILL fix it:
Nvflash unbrick tools... Go here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1558170
go to his link that says hes hosting them on my own server. Should say XDAfileserver.
Asus Transformer TF101> ROMS>NVFLASH STOCK>ICS17> NVFLASH_ICS_220.127.116.11_US_NOROOT.7z(the active one should be Mar 21 2012 for the US one).
Unzip on your desktop than:
1. Connect cable to computer and turn device on while holding down Volume Up. Screen will stay off, but USB will come on. The Screen will never turn on.. thats normal.
2. Find “APX” device in Device manager and update driver by going to your device manager in Windows 7... its control panel>Hardware and sound >than Device manager. It stands out looking like a yellow (!) you can t miss it. then point it at usbpcdriver directory from the zip. If it says APX or Asus APX on your USB connection with your transformer, than skip this step and just follow the bottom command.
3. double click Run download.bat.(its in the folder you unzipped).It says download with a gear icon..and thats it. the program does the rest. Save that on your PC for the future. its helped me out twice. You'll see the Transformer going threw commands like your using adb.
For the future, put both ROMS and Gapps (if needed) in the internal and external just in-case. Some only read internal and others read both. Depends on the ROM.
The internal is seen as a "virtual" one, so full wipe factory reset, dalvik and cache can be erased so you can flash it internally. After being rooted and flashing CWM instead of holding volume down+power or using a menu option.. just download this app from the market. Called: Transformer reboot to Recovery.
The app in your drawer icon is two blue arrows instead of orange and blue like the developers picture.
that will always get you into recovery without holding power and down or using an option on the Tablet.. CWM from the app itself doesn't seam to enter recovery just restarts.. they fixed the contiguous boot-loop at least. I would use the app i gave you just to avoid all the issues getting into recovery for any changes.
Keep in mind that NVFlash i gave you will revert you to stock unrooted.. but at least its not dead or bricked.