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[ROM][23-08-2012]NVFlash ICS 9.2.1.27 US/WW/TW Restore[FULLY STOCK!!NOT ROOTED!!]

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Here are the nvflash versions for the .27 update. For those that wanna go back to stock for warrenty or have a dual boot this can come in handy.

I've tested the WW version on my on transformer and it worked (got a B70 with SBK1) created the US and TW version the same way with the same con-fig files so it should work! LET ME KNOW IF IT WORKS FOR YOU

But remember I'm not responsible for any bricks flashing my causes and you do this on your own risk.

Quick guide:
1. Connect cable to computer and turn device on while holding down Volume Up. Screen will stay off, but USB will come on.
2. Find APX device in Device manager and update driver, then point it at usbpcdriver directory from the zip.
3. Run download.bat.

I'm hosting them on my own website with a 1gbit connection:

http://www.xdafileserver.nl/

a direct link to the folder containing the files: http://goo.gl/OsTbW

PS: these are a bit late i know been very busy! but perhaps somebody can benefit from these! Older versions still are available on the site itself
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23rd August 2012, 04:05 PM |#2  
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It's fantastic, thanks man.
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Thank's a lot!!!
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Hi, Korumera,

I would like to use your NVFLASH to reinstall ww9.2.1.27 on my ASUS TF101, which currently has ww9.2.1.27 with damaged google play store and gmail. Would you please help me with the following questions:
1. Does the nvflash delete the old ROM before flash new ROM.
2. Does it wipe out user app and data?
3. Does it delete files on plug-in sdcard?

Regards
28th July 2013, 10:02 PM |#5  
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Hi, Korumera,

I would like to use your NVFLASH to reinstall ww9.2.1.27 on my ASUS TF101, which currently has ww9.2.1.27 with damaged google play store and gmail. Would you please help me with the following questions:
1. Does the nvflash delete the old ROM before flash new ROM.
2. Does it wipe out user app and data?
3. Does it delete files on plug-in sdcard?

Regards

NVFlash is one of the lowest-level parts of the firmware. It completely wipes out everything on your internal storage to reset you back to a clean state. (The *external* MicroSD Card shouldn't be wiped, but I would remove it anyway, just to be safe.)
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NVFlash is one of the lowest-level parts of the firmware. It completely wipes out everything on your internal storage to reset you back to a clean state. (The *external* MicroSD Card shouldn't be wiped, but I would remove it anyway, just to be safe.)

I've nvflashed many times. The MicroSD is safe, it doesn't get touched. As said, everything on internal gets wiped, repartitioned and reformatted.
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Anyone have a mirror please? Bricked my TF101 pretty badly (stuck in APX).
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