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Angry Flatline - Unbrickable Transformer TF700 - Jellybean edition

23rd September 2013, 08:52 PM |#1  
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The AndroidRoot.Mobi Team is proud to present Flatline: Nvflash for TF700 Jellybean!

This release allows generating nvflash blobs for your specific device, making your device unbrickable as long as you have a copy of the blobs.
As a brand new feature, it will also enable wifi and upload a copy of the blob to androidroot's server. Later, a solution will be released to retrieve the blobs from the server if you ever loose them.

https://www.androidroot.mobi/pages/guides/tegra3-guide-nvflash-jellybean/

Credit goes to the AndroidRoot.Mobi team:
Bumble-Bee (Apache14), IEF, kmdm, lilstevie & RaYmAn.
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For the love of God somebody please confirm this is true. I'm pinching myself trying to make sure this isn't a dream.
23rd September 2013, 10:44 PM |#3  
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Im lost for words...... will test asap. The AndroidRoot.Mobi team are champions
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23rd September 2013, 11:09 PM |#4  
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Will this work with the 10.6.1.14.10 bootloader?
23rd September 2013, 11:17 PM |#5  
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Will this work with the 10.6.1.14.10 bootloader?

Guide says you need to use their modified 10.6.1.14.4 bootloader. I'm just waiting for 1 person I "know" to try this and then I will. I may do it tomorrow anyway...
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Guide says you need to use their modified 10.6.1.14.4 bootloader. I'm just waiting for 1 person I "know" to try this and then I will. I may do it tomorrow anyway...

OK thanks, I didn't notice that little tidbit of information. I'm waiting for someone to confirm this is working. Then I will install.

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Ok guys CONFIRMED WORKING! make sure you follow the instructions like your performing heart surgery and you should be fine. (they have made it a lot easier then the ICS method!) and Make 6+ copies of the recommend backups

NOTE: I done it from CROMI-X 5.0.3 which i believe uses 10.6.1.14.10 bootloader. But it should work on any JB bootloader(But dont hold me too it ).
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Ok guys CONFIRMED WORKING! make sure you follow the instructions like your performing heart surgery and you should be fine. (they have made it a lot easier then the ICS method!) and Make 6+ copies of the recommend backups

NOTE: I done it from CROMI-X 5.0.3 which i believe uses 10.6.1.14.10 bootloader. But it should work on any JB bootloader(But dont hold me too it ).

When it finished generating my blobs I tried doing adb pull /tmp/AndroidRoot i get "error: device not found"
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what does "adb devices" say?
btw did you try "adb pull /data/media/AndroidRoot"? thats what i used..
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what does "adb devices" say?
btw did you try "adb pull /data/media/AndroidRoot"? thats what i used..

It doesn't show anything. Do i have to reboot the tablet back into fastboot mode?
Yes i tried "adb pull /data/media/AndroidRoot"
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