[RECOVERY][TF101][TF101G][SL101] TWRP 2.8.1.1 Unofficial [2014-11-06]

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Kamus13

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Team Win Recovery Project 2.8, or twrp2 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. We started from the ground up by taking AOSP recovery and loading it with the standard recovery options, then added a lot of our own features. It’s a fully touch driven user interface – no more volume rocker or power buttons to mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and completely theme-able. You can change just about every aspect of the look and feel.

For official change logs, see here:

http://teamw.in/project/twrp2

For recent code merges, see the Omnirom gerrit here:

https://gerrit.omnirom.org/#/q/proje...+status:merged

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Download flashable TWRP 2.8.1.1 zip for TF101:

signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101.zip

TWRP 2.8.1.1 MD5 sum for TF101:

signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101.zip.md5

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Download flashable TWRP-2.8.1.1 zip for TF101G:

signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101g.zip

TWRP-2.8.1.1 MD5 sum for TF101G:


signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101g.zip.md5

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Download flashable TWRP 2.8.1.1 zip for SL101 Slider:

signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_sl101.zip

TWRP 2.8.1.1 MD5 sum for SL101 Slider:


signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_sl101.zip.md5

____________________________________

If experiencing any boot loops or you don't see the blue-green flash progress bar after you thought you just flashed a recovery, then try the suggestions from this post:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=46806749&postcount=187

concerning dd methods to clear a stuck flag and maybe flash a recovery blob if other methods aren't working for you, particularly if you attempted to use ROM Manager or certain versions of CWM or other programs to flash this recovery.

____________________________________


Credits:
Team Win Recovery Project
josteink for tf101 device tree
timduru for tf101 device tree
josteink for tf101 kernel source
OmniROM for Android 4.4.2 base
Google for Android AOSP
Anyone else who previously contributed to this.

In particular, many thanks to josteink who encouraged this and provided much useful information to get it going.

For more information:

http://teamw.in/project/twrp2
Hi there,

Thanks for the great work!

Do you still have a copy of signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_sl101.zip ?

Best regards
 

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Heloo there boys and girls. i'm glad that I finally find this forum page. This is my situation with ASUS Transformer TF101... Im sorry for my English writing (English is not my native language)

I got this device because the previous owner buy some new device and wanna get rid of this "old one". He just wanna throw this in garbage. Personally i don't need this device (i got other devices for use, but I face a problem and i wanna know how to solve it). So, I take the device home and made a Factory data reset. After reboot the device started with regular boot logo, I entered my credentials for Google Play Store and there is where my problems started. Google Play store crashed. You Tube crashed. I read and watched some tutorials and videos how to upgrade this TF101 but I'm not a developer or some tech geek and I find it difficult to understand what should I do step by step to make it happen.

The device Android version is 4.0.3. What should I do to upgrade this oldtimer?

Thanks in advance!!!
 

zgildasz

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The only way I've found to get the tf101 works is to install Tim Duru's katkiss KitKat 4.4.4 with Google play store 7.0.16 and service Google play 9.6.83, then block google update. If you're still interested tell me for more informations.
 

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patrickjaden

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I actually flashed the wrong file because I couldnt see the full name. x_x
Now I cannot flash anything, the touch screen in TWRP doesnt work anymore to even flash the right version. Does anyone have any tips?
 

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I meant to quote you, maybe you can help figure out what I can do to fix it?

If you have a functional keyboard, you may try plug the tablet into the computer and try to connect using `adb shell`.

Then, uncompress the correct recovery zip (you'll find a blob), and try this technique: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/have-no-recovery.2498628/post-46818523 (please follow thoroughly the thread, as it can be very risky).

But, if you have a TF101 (no TF101G or SL101), you can also use EasyFlasher and set it up all working again.
 
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If you have a functional keyboard, you may try plug the tablet into the computer and try to connect using `adb shell`.

Then, uncompress the correct recovery zip (you'll find a blob), and try this technique: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/have-no-recovery.2498628/post-46818523 (please follow thoroughly the thread, as it can be very risky).

But, if you have a TF101 (no TF101G or SL101), you can also use EasyFlasher and set it up all working again.
looks like I'm now in a bootloop.. Maybe it's because I accidentally flashed the sl101 recovery in the first place
 

patrickjaden

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If you have a functional keyboard, you may try plug the tablet into the computer and try to connect using `adb shell`.

Then, uncompress the correct recovery zip (you'll find a blob), and try this technique: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/have-no-recovery.2498628/post-46818523 (please follow thoroughly the thread, as it can be very risky).

But, if you have a TF101 (no TF101G or SL101), you can also use EasyFlasher and set it up all working again.
I'm out of the bootloop, back where I started, tbh haven't done this in about a decade, but I'm gonna try adb. Easy Flasher doesn't seem to be able to switch the recovery, I wish it would work. I'm still on the 2.8.1.1 sl101 recovery since the touch screen wont work, the mouse works but doesnt let me slide to flash anything. My model is the tf101.
 
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    I meant to quote you, maybe you can help figure out what I can do to fix it?

    If you have a functional keyboard, you may try plug the tablet into the computer and try to connect using `adb shell`.

    Then, uncompress the correct recovery zip (you'll find a blob), and try this technique: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/have-no-recovery.2498628/post-46818523 (please follow thoroughly the thread, as it can be very risky).

    But, if you have a TF101 (no TF101G or SL101), you can also use EasyFlasher and set it up all working again.
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    If you have a functional keyboard, you may try plug the tablet into the computer and try to connect using `adb shell`.

    Then, uncompress the correct recovery zip (you'll find a blob), and try this technique: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/have-no-recovery.2498628/post-46818523 (please follow thoroughly the thread, as it can be very risky).

    But, if you have a TF101 (no TF101G or SL101), you can also use EasyFlasher and set it up all working again.
    I'm out of the bootloop, back where I started, tbh haven't done this in about a decade, but I'm gonna try adb. Easy Flasher doesn't seem to be able to switch the recovery, I wish it would work. I'm still on the 2.8.1.1 sl101 recovery since the touch screen wont work, the mouse works but doesnt let me slide to flash anything. My model is the tf101.
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    Team Win Recovery Project 2.8, or twrp2 for short, is a custom recovery built with ease of use and customization in mind. We started from the ground up by taking AOSP recovery and loading it with the standard recovery options, then added a lot of our own features. It’s a fully touch driven user interface – no more volume rocker or power buttons to mash. The GUI is also fully XML driven and completely theme-able. You can change just about every aspect of the look and feel.

    For official change logs, see here:

    http://teamw.in/project/twrp2

    For recent code merges, see the Omnirom gerrit here:

    https://gerrit.omnirom.org/#/q/proje...+status:merged

    ______________________________________

    Download flashable TWRP 2.8.1.1 zip for TF101:

    signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101.zip

    TWRP 2.8.1.1 MD5 sum for TF101:

    signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101.zip.md5

    ______________________________________

    Download flashable TWRP-2.8.1.1 zip for TF101G:

    signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101g.zip

    TWRP-2.8.1.1 MD5 sum for TF101G:

    signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_tf101g.zip.md5

    ______________________________________

    Download flashable TWRP 2.8.1.1 zip for SL101 Slider:

    signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_sl101.zip

    TWRP 2.8.1.1 MD5 sum
    for SL101 Slider:

    signed_twrp-2.8.1.1_sl101.zip.md5

    ____________________________________


    If experiencing any boot loops or you don't see the blue-green flash progress bar after you thought you just flashed a recovery, then try the suggestions from this post:

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=46806749&postcount=187

    concerning dd methods to clear a stuck flag and maybe flash a recovery blob if other methods aren't working for you, particularly if you attempted to use ROM Manager or certain versions of CWM or other programs to flash this recovery.

    ____________________________________


    Credits:
    Team Win Recovery Project
    josteink for tf101 device tree
    timduru for tf101 device tree
    josteink for tf101 kernel source
    OmniROM for Android 4.4.2 base
    Google for Android AOSP
    Anyone else who previously contributed to this.

    In particular, many thanks to josteink who encouraged this and provided much useful information to get it going.

    For more information:

    http://teamw.in/project/twrp2
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    TWRP Screenshots

    Latest screen shots from TWRP:

    Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-09-10.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-09-20.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-09-29.png

    Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-09-39.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-09-48.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-09-56.png

    Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-10-23.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-10-32.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-10-38.png

    Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-10-50.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-10-59.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-11-11.png

    Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-11-22.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-11-36.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-11-52.png

    Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-12-11.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-12-37.png Screenshot_2014-08-05-21-12-51.png
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    TWRP 2.6.3.0-7 builds available now...

    The OP has been updated with download links for TWRP 2.6.3.0-7 for all three models of the 101 series. This build brings in the latest TWRP code changes (as of a couple days ago) and adds support for the dock sdcard, as requested. I have also changed the mount point display names a bit again. It works, but not quite like I expected, so to explain.

    Now you will see mount points on the Mount page or if you click on the storage button on the Install page the list of storage mount options as follows:

    Internal Storage (which is sdcard or /storage/sdcard0, etc. in Android)
    MicroSD (which is /storage/sdcard1, etc. in Android)
    external1 (which is the dock USB port on the upper right corner of dock, except when it's not)
    external2 (which is the dock USB port on the lower left corner of the dock, except when it's not)
    external3 (which is the dock sdcard, except when it's not)

    To elaborate, if you have something plugged into all three ports / slots before booting into recovery, then all three will be available for mounting and will fall into the spots mentioned above. If you only have 1 of the three plugged in, then it uses the first spot (external1), regardless of which port / slot is physically used. If you have 2 USB drives plugged in, then they use the first 2 spots (external1, external2) with the USB port on the upper right corner of dock always coming before the other one.

    If you have a USB drive and an sdcard in the dock, then the USB uses spot 1 (external1) and the dock sdcard uses spot 2 (external2). USB devices will always be before the dock sdcard when both are used at the same time. If you only have something in the dock sdcard slot when booting into recovery then it will be in spot 1 (external1) and so forth.

    Internally, if all three ports / slots are used then they are (in recovery) the same as /dev/block/sda, /dev/block/sdb, and /dev/block/sdc, with these designations being used internally to mount these devices. In other words, sdc is not being used if there is nothing in sda or sdb. It always starts handing out sda first, within the guidelines presented above. Hopefully, this makes sense to everyone.

    Long story short, you can now access both dock USB ports and the dock sdcard slot from within recovery, even all three at the same time. Enjoy.
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    TWRP Custom Themes [10-10-2013]

    I will use this post to post links to custom TWRP themes, both my own and any that users would like to provide me the links to in a PM. This first one is my first attempt at TWRP theming and is just a pretty basic, modified stock theme. It is based on the stock theme for 1280x800 devices. I know everyone won't like it, but it is my first stab at it. Have fun and if anyone would like some instructions for creating a custom theme, then hit me up with a PM and I'll try to help. It is not really difficult, just time consuming and tedious work. There are also links to guides on the twrp site for theming.

    Instructions:

    Just download, reboot to recovery (you are running TWRP recovery?), flash the theme zip file, reboot, and reboot to recovery again to see the results.

    [EDIT] Here's a second one for you:

    sidneyk-theme2.zip download link:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47619656/sidneyk-theme2.zip

    sidneyk-theme2.zip.md5 download link:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47619656/sidneyk-theme2.zip.md5

    [EDIT] Here are some screenshots taken with my camera, as I don't know any other way to get them right now:

    DSCN1410.JPG

    DSCN1411.JPG

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    DSCN1414.JPG

    ##########################
    sidneyk TWRP custom theme zip download:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47619656/sidneyk-theme.zip

    sidneyk-theme MD5 sum:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47619656/sidneyk-theme.zip.md5
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    TWRP-2.7.1.2 for TF101 available...

    OP has been updated with new download links for TWRP-2.7.1.2 for TF101. Now built with fully optimized Sabermod 4.8.4 tool chain, kernel built with GCC-4.4.3. Now based on Omnirom 4.4.4_r1 base. See Omni gerrit for other recent merges to android_bootable_recovery for details. Enjoy!