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[Q] How to unbrick my tf300

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By acelaw, Junior Member on 5th October 2012, 06:03 PM
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19th June 2014, 04:44 PM |#32  
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Originally Posted by Buster99

if you used the wipe all icon in boot menu you probably have a brick now. sorry.

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I see, many thanks for the guidance, you saved my tablet once with instructions provided, Questions... There are no tools from texas instrument that can help reverse the change? android_winusb, If lines of hardware ID are added in file "android_winusb" there will be any possibility of recognition of the device ? specifically for TF300TL, ID routes exist for prime tablet by what I read...

8th December 2015, 01:51 AM |#33  
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Originally Posted by gomezdf

Funny, I bricked my tf300t without doing anything. One day it just got stuck in asus screen.
tried to recover, nothing happended.
tried hard reset. Nothing.
Wipe data: result: bricked tablet.
I'm looking for information it is defintely impossible to unbrick it.
Anybody else with the same situation can tell you that.
Nobody has even been able to do it.
If you send it to Asus they provide a new tablet.

TF300T is a terrible product, as any other asus product i assume. Amazing that you can brick a tablet without even trying to flash it or without even being connected to a computer.

It bricks by itself. Hundreds of other users can confirm it.
My advice: dont by asus products
If you already have one, dont use wipe data as anybody who has done it has ended up with an expensive useless brick.

Was your BL unlocked when you sent it into ASUS? I am in the same boat as you rn with my TF300T. Should I send it into ASUS or just replace the motherboard myself?
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