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Default [Bootloader][10.6.14.10]&[twrp][Flashable zips]

This is only a repost of @sbdags firmware/twrp flashable zips .......

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1. Update your bootloader to the latest one for your device by flashing from your existing custom recovery and then choose reboot from the menu.
Please don't flash these at the same time as a ROM package as the latter will cancel the bootloader/TWRP flash.


TF700 World Wide WW SKU Users:

10.6.1.14.10 WW Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 1

10.6.1.14.10 WW Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 2

10.6.1.14.10 WW Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 3

md5: ef765b8aec5f28cdea3d0c1381ee573f


TF700 North American US SKU Users:

10.6.1.14.10 US Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 1

10.6.1.14.10 US Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 2

10.6.1.14.10 US Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 3

md5: 3032bebe982920208eea4c4893ab01cd


TF700 Taiwanese TW SKU Users:

10.6.1.14.10 TW Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 1

10.6.1.14.10 TW Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 2

10.6.1.14.10 TW Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 3

md5: 2555a7b2071ba89a2d64c25ac31b5cbb


TF700 Japanese JP SKU Users:

10.6.1.14.10 JP Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 1

10.6.1.14.10 JP Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 2

10.6.1.14.10 JP Bootloader and TWRP 2.6.1.0 DOWNLOAD 3

md5: 9e2b696fab3c3d1b96374290195d9da2

IT WILL TAKE ABOUT 1 MINUTE TO MOVE THE BLUE BAR TO FULL. DON'T PANIC AND DON'T INTERRUPT IT!


After the blue bar fills your device will reboot back into your normal ROM but you will be on the new bootloader and have TWRP installed
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You may want to update the twrp to the latest version, haha...
 
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You may want to update the twrp to the latest version, haha...
Or maybe I could just remove TWRP all together so then is will not mess with the end-users current recovery ....

Thx Josh
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Or maybe I could just remove TWRP all together so then is will not mess with the end-users current recovery ....

Thx Josh
Excellent idea IMO. Bootloaders have a longer shelf life than recoveries.
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