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21st July 2014, 06:18 AM   |  #1  
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Is there a place where I can download (old) bootloaders?
Or do I just have to download a full ROM image, and extract the bootloader from there?

I want to flash a different bootloader without flashing anything else.
21st July 2014, 07:22 AM   |  #2  
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Which one are you looking for? And why flash an old bootloader???
Upgrade/downgrade of the BL is usually done through flashing the official firmware. You can do it in fastboot, but that's risky stuff... Why would you?
21st July 2014, 05:10 PM   |  #3  
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Which one are you looking for? And why flash an old bootloader???

I have ICS installed on my /system partition, and the 10.6.1.14.40 bootloader I recently installed fails to boot the ICS kernel that I usually use. (It does boot Ubuntu however)

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Upgrade/downgrade of the BL is usually done through flashing the official firmware. You can do it in fastboot, but that's risky stuff... Why would you?

I have nvflash keys, so I like to live dangerously.
21st July 2014, 05:46 PM   |  #4  
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I have ICS installed on my /system partition, and the 10.6.1.14.40 bootloader I recently installed fails to boot the ICS kernel that I usually use. (It does boot Ubuntu however)



I have nvflash keys, so I like to live dangerously.

I'll say....
I don't know of anyone collecting old bootloaders so you'll have to flash the system blob in fastboot I think.
Praetoriano had a collection of those: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1946456

AFAIK you cannot downgrade to anything earlier than 9.4.5.30. That was the last ICS version
21st July 2014, 09:20 PM   |  #5  
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I'll say....
I don't know of anyone collecting old bootloaders

Now you do...

Code:
that@ws ~/android/tf700/bootloaders $ ls blob.EBT*
blob.EBT.10.4.4.16  blob.EBT.10.4.4.23        blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.4-US  blob.EBT.9.4.5.26
blob.EBT.10.4.4.18  blob.EBT.10.4.4.25-US     blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.4-WW  blob.EBT.9.4.5.30
blob.EBT.10.4.4.20  blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.10-WW  blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.8-US
@bsammon: which one do you want?
21st July 2014, 09:41 PM   |  #6  
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Now you do...

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that@ws ~/android/tf700/bootloaders $ ls blob.EBT*
blob.EBT.10.4.4.16  blob.EBT.10.4.4.23        blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.4-US  blob.EBT.9.4.5.26
blob.EBT.10.4.4.18  blob.EBT.10.4.4.25-US     blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.4-WW  blob.EBT.9.4.5.30
blob.EBT.10.4.4.20  blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.10-WW  blob.EBT.10.6.1.14.8-US
@bsammon: which one do you want?

Well.. I think I'd start with 9.4.5.30 -- in hopes that that is close enough to load my 9.4.5.26 kernel
And if that doesn't work, or if I'm feeling adventurous, I'd try the 9.4.5.26 image, and see if I can install it from the Flatline bootloader.

Or, you could send me all of them, and I'll find a website to host them on.
Last edited by bsammon; 21st July 2014 at 09:41 PM. Reason: typo
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Now you do...

LOL
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