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[Q] TF700t hard bricked...

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By skulll88, Junior Member on 8th July 2013, 08:18 AM
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hi everyone,
(first of all i'm sorry for the bad english but i'm not so practical...)

anyone knows if is possibile to recovery an hard bricked device?!

i explain better the situation:
i was on TWRP 2.5 touch with JB bootloader & cromi-x 4.6

in the try to install cyano10 i downloaded and installed CWM6 by rom Manager

obviously this soft bricked my device...

so, without read anything i do the worst thing possible....
a factory reset from the bootloader....

now the device only boot, locked on first screen (the one with ASUS on black background.... and in the top left margin only "the device is unlocked" script )
no adb neither fastboot avaible, only APX mode is recognized....


anyone know if is possibile to save the device from this situation?!

thanks to all
 
 
8th July 2013, 12:38 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by skulll88

hi everyone,
(first of all i'm sorry for the bad english but i'm not so practical...)

anyone knows if is possibile to recovery an hard bricked device?!

i explain better the situation:
i was on TWRP 2.5 touch with JB bootloader & cromi-x 4.6

in the try to install cyano10 i downloaded and installed CWM6 by rom Manager

obviously this soft bricked my device...

so, without read anything i do the worst thing possible....
a factory reset from the bootloader....

now the device only boot, locked on first screen (the one with ASUS on black background.... and in the top left margin only "the device is unlocked" script )
no adb neither fastboot avaible, only APX mode is recognized....


anyone know if is possibile to save the device from this situation?!

thanks to all

Unfortunately if you don't have nvflash files backed up there is nothing you can do other than send it back to Asus for repair. They will likely charge you for this service.
8th July 2013, 02:09 PM |#3  
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Unfortunately if you don't have nvflash files backed up there is nothing you can do other than send it back to Asus for repair. They will likely charge you for this service.

thanks for the reply

like pay how much?! if is more than 300€ i think the tablet will'came a nice paperweight....
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