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[RECOVERY][2019-06-09] UNOFFICIAL TWRP 3.3.1 for ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (ME176C(X))

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By lambdadroid, Recognized Developer on 5th February 2018, 12:59 PM
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11th March 2020, 02:57 PM |#21  
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Hello. Can i add reboot parameter to charger animation with this recovery. I want to turn on tablet when charger connected
13th March 2020, 02:12 PM |#22  
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Hello. Can i add reboot parameter to charger animation with this recovery. I want to turn on tablet when charger connected

I'm not sure I fully understand what you would like to do. Can you clarify? Thanks.
8th May 2020, 09:03 AM |#23  
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Strangely I tried all 3.2.1 versions from that list but always got the error.

I'm also stuck in this phase. I cannot boot into recovery (Error message still pops up) despite several attempts at it with the different versions in this list.
12th May 2020, 07:21 PM |#24  
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Originally Posted by daddykitten

I'm also stuck in this phase. I cannot boot into recovery (Error message still pops up) despite several attempts at it with the different versions in this list.

The Android robot error screen comes from the stock recovery (the one from ASUS). Possible explanation would be that you booted into the ASUS stock ROM after installing TWRP. In that case it might overwrite the recovery partition again. Boot into TWRP directly after flashing and while you're at it get rid of the ASUS mess.
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18th May 2020, 05:50 PM |#25  
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The Android robot error screen comes from the stock recovery (the one from ASUS). Possible explanation would be that you booted into the ASUS stock ROM after installing TWRP. In that case it might overwrite the recovery partition again. Boot into TWRP directly after flashing and while you're at it get rid of the ASUS mess.

Thank you so much! How could I have missed this approach. Now TWRP works!!
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