You are a genius. :good:
Just connected a powered USB-HUB and a mouse to my OTG cable, flashed the kernel and typed the commands directly with a terminal app on the device.
It simply works !!!
If you are rooted, the risk is high, that the OTA update and the provided update from ASUS website abort the update process, because you have changed the system partition.
Unfortunately ASUS provided only an update.zip, that you can only flash di...
As the name says, it is the german T-Mobile branded firmware.
1. t-mobile loading screen
2. after start the device reboots for customization.
3. It's only 5.0.2 :(
Don't really understand, why ASUS only offered 5.0.1 at least in the 32-bit version on a 64-bit processor.
So the Intel 64-bit SoC is only for marketing ?
I've done the update from WW to TW version through recovery. Root is lost, but all sett...
I downloaded the system update (which was ~65mb per notification). After browsing with ES file explorer and terminal emulator, I found a "dlpkgfile" file that was generated around the time of download and about 67MB in /cache/. I saved a copy on ...