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Bricked TF300T - No Recovery, No fastboot, No adb

1st August 2014, 11:45 PM   |  #1  
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Hi there guys, i totally bricked my TF300T and since now no success with my try... so.... i need some help

That's what i've done:
Wanted to install cyanogenmod on a TF300T with stock rom and "unlocked device"
So i followed the guide of cyanogen mod
Everything were fine since i flash recovery
Fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash recovery recovery.img
Then i looked on the web about fastboot command and i found this:
fastboot erase system
i typed that and executed (cause i was thinking that was the same of "Format /system" on Recovery mode)
Then i realized that i may have ****ed up everything by doing that and i made a
"Wipe Data" selecting the option from the UI on the TF300T (the third icon on the right that can be chosen by pressing vol down)
After 10 minutes waiting for this Wipe to be done i rebooted the tablet with "Volume Down + Power" hardware key buttons.

RESULT:
The tablet can't:
- Boot into Android
- Boot into fastboot
- Boot into Recovery

The only thing it can do is to get stuck at the beginning of boot
boot

I have already tried with ResetButton+Volume Down to enter fastboot mode, nothing happened

I can go into APX Mode, i already found the driver, can i flash something from here?

Thanks
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2nd August 2014, 01:10 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by franchino87

Hi there guys, i totally bricked my TF300T and since now no success with my try... so.... i need some help

That's what i've done:
Wanted to install cyanogenmod on a TF300T with stock rom and "unlocked device"
So i followed the guide of cyanogen mod
Everything were fine since i flash recovery
Fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash recovery recovery.img
Then i looked on the web about fastboot command and i found this:
fastboot erase system
i typed that and executed (cause i was thinking that was the same of "Format /system" on Recovery mode)
Then i realized that i may have ****ed up everything by doing that and i made a
"Wipe Data" selecting the option from the UI on the TF300T (the third icon on the right that can be chosen by pressing vol down)
After 10 minutes waiting for this Wipe to be done i rebooted the tablet with "Volume Down + Power" hardware key buttons.

RESULT:
The tablet can't:
- Boot into Android
- Boot into fastboot
- Boot into Recovery

The only thing it can do is to get stuck at the beginning of boot
boot

I have already tried with ResetButton+Volume Down to enter fastboot mode, nothing happened

I can go into APX Mode, i already found the driver, can i flash something from here?

Thanks

APX is worthless without your wheelie blob ..

If you cant get it to do anything but those 2 things

You're done ... There is nothing that can be done at this point

Sorry for the bad news ...

Thx Josh
2nd August 2014, 06:22 PM   |  #3  
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APX is worthless without your wheelie blob ..

If you cant get it to do anything but those 2 things

You're done ... There is nothing that can be done at this point

Sorry for the bad news ...

Thx Josh

could i follow this guide?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1927818
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could i follow this guide?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1927818

No as you dont have your blob.bin

Thx Josh
4th August 2014, 08:56 PM   |  #5  
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No as you dont have your blob.bin

Thx Josh

is it the blob.bin unique for my device? or i can use someonelse blob?
4th August 2014, 10:24 PM   |  #6  
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is it the blob.bin unique for my device? or i can use someonelse blob?

It is encrypted from your device - therefore you can't fool it into using another as it fails the encryption check. Sorry but if you haven't got your nvflash blobs done before you brick you can't do anything to unbrick.
6th August 2014, 07:55 AM   |  #7  
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Wonder if Asus has the blob files for service purposes? Isn't the blob file necessary to unlock the device. Just a thought. Good luck trying to get it from them.

Only way to recover is a motherboard replacement. Sorry...

The encryption with blob files is a Nvidia feature.

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