When was last working properly, my ASUS TF700T was running TWRP 220.127.116.11, unlocked, rooted and running Paranoid Android for tf700t.
For some reason, it was becoming unstable and randomly restarting and I thought it was related to trying to restore apps with titanium (Yea, I was warned and make a mistake).
So, where I am now is:
I can boot into recovery TWRP 18.104.22.168 and have access to adb recovery, fastboot and even APX however, when I received it, the OS was already above .26 so SOL. Also, TWRP 22.214.171.124 is doing that request for password problem. So as suggested in the forums, I have tried every possible way to flash the recovery to earlier versions, same versions, CWM by way of external SD card, ADB sideload, and fastboot to no avail... (here is where it gets interesting...
The problem I am having seems to be an odd one. The Internal storage will not mount. It shows up as 0MB. When I go into adb shell and try and mount it, I can chmod folders and adb push files to the machine. They will even show up! However, they get deleted at next reboot and still don't allow me to install anything or clear the dalvic / cache nor a full format.
What I need to do is learn how to restructure the internal partitions and rights to be correct as it appears some of them are either not there or the rights have been stripped for some reason.
(ADDED INFO: When I start machine in Fastboot mode, upper left reads
Key Driver not found..BootingOS
Android cardhu-user bootloader (1.00 e) released by "US_epad-10.6.1.14.4-20130329" A03
Starting Fastboot USB download protocol
It does say deviced unlocked under normal boot.
Is there a manual way to set mount points for the operating system perhaps through nvflash?
I was investigating how one might partition for dual boot with linux but could not figure it out and dont want to dig any deeper as I feel like it is still recoverable at this point.
Any help would be most appreciated.