[Q] ASUS TF101 'soft' bricked; can't unbrick it.
So, I have a TF101 (B70) that was running Revolution HD. Was running great, but I wanted to play with overclocking. I decided I was going to try out the EOS4 ROm since it had overclocking built in. I downloaded and ran Titaniumn Backup Pro. Went to flash, tried to restore to factory default (Never flashed the new ROM), and it froze during the Factory default. Since then, I cannot boot into the OS, and I get errors whenever I enter CWM Recovery (power + volume down).
The biggest issue I think I am running into - I did not have debugging mode turned on when I went into CWM.
I have the ASUS drivers in place (AMD64). I have installed full ASUS Suite from their website. The PC recognizes it as "ASUS Android ADB Interface" in Device manager when I have it booted into APX mode. I had to update the drivers for AMD64 for it to recognize it other than just 'APX' in Device manager. The device is obviously rooted. I tried running reflash_sbkv1 (and 2) and all it does is bring a prompt up for a split second then goes away.
Drivers are installed, NVflash is installed, installed necessary ADB bits onto my PC. Yet, when I try to run the command 'adb devices' it finds no device.
I have supposedly run EasyFlasher using the current TF101 US version and it goes through all the scripting and runs and completes. Yet when i reboot it is stuck on the 'Android' screen again and I get the same errors in recovery.
Also, if I try to boot into regular OS, Device manager on my PC shows it as a 'MTP USB Device' with a yellow exclamation mark. If I try to update drivers with the USB drivers I downloaded, all it says is that Windows thinks the drivers are already up to date! It won't seem to take the downloaded drivers from ASUS (AMD64)
I don't know what to do now. Help!