Originally Posted by Smurph82
You are correct I should have said is
Go to the folder where the Primer is extracted
Hold down the Shift key and Right Click in the white space in this open folder NOT ON THE APP
Then select "Open command window here"
Then type "adb devices" without the quotes.
After the adb server starts you should see the device ID of the transformer if not make sure the driver is installed.
I will update the tool to check for the device before it starts. Probably tonight.
Originally Posted by rjscott2005
Thanks for the great work! I've sent a small token of my appreciation your way.
The paypal goes to jcase, not me. It's his exploit, I just made it easier for you guys. Please donate to him so he can get a Prime. I appreciate the gesture though
Originally Posted by djsaad1
Can someone with root and the .33 firmware, see if they can find the .33 firmware zip file. There should be an ota folder somewhere, where I would guess asus downloads the firmware file to.
Some of us cant get the ota update, so we need the file to update.
Why cant you update? The ota .zip gets deleted once it installs. If you go to the Prime support page, they have the updates all there. You can update that way.
Originally Posted by jcase
Dude GOOD JOB ROOTING THAT BOOTLOADER
Trollolol. Seriously tho thanks for all the help
Lmao! If no one saw this, Engadget said I cracked the bootloader lol good times this morning!
Originally Posted by aqzgr8estballer1
1. does this method leave any trace of a rooted tablet after you unroot?
2. has anyone tried using this method with firmware .29 then unrooting then installing .33 flawlessly?
Leaves no traces. And no need to uninstall before the OTA or update. Being rooted won't affect that.
Originally Posted by xperiax10.awesome
can this somehow be used for SONY TABLET S??
no, it wont. Root uses a files specific to this Tablet.
Originally Posted by Axe-08
Awesome! Can't wait to get mine tomorrow! Great job! I hope to see a ViperROM coming soon to go with my evo 3d
Sent from my evo 3d running ViperROM redline
You will see viperROM here, don't worry
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