Well, I'm not sure if it's because I'm an idiot or English isn't my mother tongue (or both...?), but I just can't find out if generating nvflash blobs to make my device "unbrickable" is possible or not?
I'm not sure if this indicates the bootloader-version, but in settings it reads kernel-version 3.1.10-10.6.1.14.10-that8-oc+. So I thought, it would not be possible because I read somewhere else it would just work with [...]14.4 and downgrading the bootloader would be impossible.
Then, a few days later I read this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5&postcount=63 .
Okay, so .8 is more than .4 ... I am confused right now. Will it also work with .10 ?
I don't have this device that long (~14 days) and since for my old TF101 there exists a flashable image which unlocks and unbricks every TF101 device every time without some special bootloader version related things I have not been aware of this issue.
If my device is not able to generate the nvflash blobs to make it unbrickable, what could brick my device? Is it right, if I accidently use settings -> wipe / factory reset from within android (not twrp recovery) this will brick my device? if so, why isn't this option disabled in every custom rom?
Thank you for any advice so far,