[ROM][Aug 29][JB 4.2.1] AndroWook Prime HairyBean v2.31 **Unleash The Beast!**

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tintin888

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So it looks like it installs TWRP3.1.0-1, but when you load the TWRP recovery console you back to 2.8.5.1 ?

NP
I guess. I just re-install the stock ROM to recover it as I did last time.

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So it looks like it installs TWRP3.1.0-1, but when you load the TWRP recovery console you back to 2.8.5.1 ?

NP

I am not sure. I can not tell what version of the recovery is. I just re-installed the stock ROM to recover the tablet.
 
I guess. I just re-install the stock ROM to recover it as I did last time.

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I am not sure. I can not tell what version of the recovery is. I just re-installed the stock ROM to recover the tablet.

When you load the TWRP, the splash screen will tell you what version and once you're in the TWRP at the top of the main page it will have the
version number.

NP

Pic to follow.
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tintin888

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When you load the TWRP, the splash screen will tell you what version and once you're in the TWRP at the top of the main page it will have the
version number.

NP

Pic to follow.
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I don't think I have ever got to the recovery menu to see the TWRP version. When I push the VOLUME+DOWN and the power button, the table reboot to the screen with 3 icons, RCK, Android and Wipe. Then when I click RCK, I get the error right away, not even goes to recovery screen. Here is the screen output when it fails.
Key driver not found.. Booting OS
Android cardhu-user bootloader <1.00 e> released by "WW_epad-10.6.1.27.1-20130711" A03
Starting Fastboot USB download protocol
Booting recovery kernel image
Booting failed
Unrecoverable bootloader err (0x00000000).

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I don't think I have ever got to the recovery menu to see the TWRP version. When I push the VOLUME+DOWN and the power button, the table reboot to the screen with 3 icons, RCK, Android and Wipe. Then when I click RCK, I get the error right away, not even goes to recovery screen. Here is the screen output when it fails.
Key driver not found.. Booting OS
Android cardhu-user bootloader <1.00 e> released by "WW_epad-10.6.1.27.1-20130711" A03
Starting Fastboot USB download protocol
Booting recovery kernel image
Booting failed
Unrecoverable bootloader err (0x00000000).

Since my tablet currently is at stock ROM 10.6.1.27.1, I might try the the Stock to 7.1 thread. If I have any questions, I can post them there and you can answer there. The Stock to 7.1 thread thread is more appropriate for my update.
 
I don't think I have ever got to the recovery menu to see the TWRP version. When I push the VOLUME+DOWN and the power button, the table reboot to the screen with 3 icons, RCK, Android and Wipe. Then when I click RCK, I get the error right away, not even goes to recovery screen. Here is the screen output when it fails.
Key driver not found.. Booting OS
Android cardhu-user bootloader <1.00 e> released by "WW_epad-10.6.1.27.1-20130711" A03
Starting Fastboot USB download protocol
Booting recovery kernel image
Booting failed
Unrecoverable bootloader err (0x00000000).

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Since my tablet currently is at stock ROM 10.6.1.27.1, I might try the the Stock to 7.1 thread. If I have any questions, I can post them there and you can answer there. The Stock to 7.1 thread thread is more appropriate for my update.

Without a working TWRP I wouldn't. Do you have a Windows 7 computer/laptop handy, you will need to install "minimal adb and fastboot" on the computer/laptop so you can flash TWRP from the Windows 7 system.

Minimal ADB and Fastboot: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2317790

Once you can access the TF from a computer/laptop you can get a working TWRP on it, you have the correct bootloader on it now but I didn't know
you lost the recover console.

NP
 

tintin888

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Without a working TWRP I wouldn't. Do you have a Windows 7 computer/laptop handy, you will need to install "minimal adb and fastboot" on the computer/laptop so you can flash TWRP from the Windows 7 system.

Minimal ADB and Fastboot: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2317790

Once you can access the TF from a computer/laptop you can get a working TWRP on it, you have the correct bootloader on it now but I didn't know
you lost the recover console.

NP
Finally, I am able to install the KatKiss Nougat 7.1.2_026 and it works flawlessly. Thanks for all the helps. Merry Christmas to everyone.
 

dag1337

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How long might the reboot take? Sitting on a screen that says Asus for like 2 hours so far.

EDIT: Never Mind - I am dumb, installing again.
 
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florisvanvugt

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Installed the wrong TWRP - how to fix?

Hi everyone, I messed up my installation of AndroWook and I was wondering if somebody can help me turn back time.
What I did is install AndroWook (JB 4.2.1, HairyBean v2.31) on the TF201. Then many years passed and then I got back to the TF201 and wanted to install another ROM. I had forgotten about AndroWook so I flashed a custom TWRP (for TF201), which I could get into but then it asks me for a password, and can't seem to mount the partitions. It's a very similar situation to what is described here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2480790 with the exception that I could get into fastboot mode. But when I am there, flashing has no effect. I tried to flash another TWRP and it says it's completed, but then when I boot into recovery nothing has changed.
Does anybody know what is the best way to return to having a functional TWRP? I am fine with the one from AndroWook - I suppose I could take the ZIP and try to flash it from my current TWRP but I hesitate because it doesn't seem to be working well so I worry it would brick the device.
Any help most appreciated! Have a great day everyone.
 
Hi everyone, I messed up my installation of AndroWook and I was wondering if somebody can help me turn back time.
What I did is install AndroWook (JB 4.2.1, HairyBean v2.31) on the TF201. Then many years passed and then I got back to the TF201 and wanted to install another ROM. I had forgotten about AndroWook so I flashed a custom TWRP (for TF201), which I could get into but then it asks me for a password, and can't seem to mount the partitions. It's a very similar situation to what is described here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2480790 with the exception that I could get into fastboot mode. But when I am there, flashing has no effect. I tried to flash another TWRP and it says it's completed, but then when I boot into recovery nothing has changed.
Does anybody know what is the best way to return to having a functional TWRP? I am fine with the one from AndroWook - I suppose I could take the ZIP and try to flash it from my current TWRP but I hesitate because it doesn't seem to be working well so I worry it would brick the device.
Any help most appreciated! Have a great day everyone.

You are wiping the recovery partition before flashing the correct TWRP? [fastboot erase recovery]

NP
 

florisvanvugt

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You are wiping the recovery partition before flashing the correct TWRP? [fastboot erase recovery]

NP

I didn't, actually (sorry I am really new to this). So I should run that command before flashing TWRP? And can you advise me at this point, which TWRP should I flash? One from AndroWook or one from dl.twrp.me/tf201/ ?
Thanks, appreciating your help a lot!
 
I didn't, actually (sorry I am really new to this). So I should run that command before flashing TWRP? And can you advise me at this point, which TWRP should I flash? One from AndroWook or one from dl.twrp.me/tf201/ ?
Thanks, appreciating your help a lot!

Yeah wipe the recovery before flashing a new one, the newest TWRP can be found here;

https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=457095661767150802

But you must be on BOOTLOADER version: 10.6.1.27.1 for the TWRP to work.

NP
 

cancarat

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Jun 4, 2012
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Hi to everyone!
I have installed 2.31 and work very well.
The only one that not work is the camera...if I try to use it the screen is full of coloured lines.
Can someone help me to solve this issue?
Thanks!
 

luqe09

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Dec 12, 2010
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Hello all!
I am on TWRP 2.8.x.x version and just flashed Katkiss Nougat. I am not pretty satisfied with it's speed and consume to much RAM imho.
Can I flash this HairyBean and downgrade my android & twrp version, so I just follow the normal description? Or I should do some extra step?
Thank you for any help!
 

xb91

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Hi guys. I followed the steps and migrated to F2FS file system by following Hund's tutorial, that can be found here : https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=52563206&postcount=1440 . Everything went smoothly and succesfully. The only weird thing i noticed was at step 10. "Restore the nandroid you made on your MicroSD card." While restoring ( data included) i noticed that it says "Running exfat4 functions" i was like whaaat ? Did i just went back to exfat4 by restoring everyting from the backup ( System, Boot, Data) ? Should i repeat the whole process and exclude restoring the Data from the backup ? Am i really on F2FS system now ?

However if i've done everything correctly, here are my impressions after 3 days of usage. I can't say the device has become "snappy" or "fast". Yes, there is a difference. Yes the simple tasks like opening the App drawer, sliding the home screens (left <-> right), opening the Settings menu are faster than before, BUT other normal tasks like opening ( using ) Google Chrome, Maps are still slow and laggy. The firs time i installed HairyBean two years ago the device was the same, even a bit faster. F2FS did bring some life into the device but i can't say i am astonished. My Prime still sucks, sadly. I remember the days when i could browse the web smootly, play cpu demanding games like SixGuns, DeadSpace, etc with ease. Yes i know that the apps have changed and Maps, Chrome are bloated now but still i wish they perform at least normally on the TF201.

5 weeks later ...
The Prime is ok. I've gotten used to fast devices since i moved to Xperia Z series after the dissapointing Asus experience. I've started using the TF201 on daily basis and even though it's a bit slow it's ... fine. If you have the keyboard (docking station) it's event better because it becomes a classy looking laptop with a touch screen that still looks cool and modern.
 
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joltman

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Yeah wipe the recovery before flashing a new one, the newest TWRP can be found here;

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But you must be on BOOTLOADER version: 10.6.1.27.1 for the TWRP to work.

NP

Having trouble installing the HB 2.31 + TWRP 2.5 .zip file from within TWRP 2.6.3. It says it is successful, but when it boots back up again, the bootloader is still at 10.4.2.18. I see this note about wiping the recovery in fastboot first, but then that obviously prevents me from getting back into TWRP to install HB 2.31 etc. I'm reluctant to flash TWRP 3.1 from the link here because my bootloader still says 10.4.2.18. Any suggestions?
 

flumpster

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Hi guys. I followed the steps and migrated to F2FS file system by following Hund's tutorial, that can be found here : https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=52563206&postcount=1440 . Everything went smoothly and succesfully. The only weird thing i noticed was at step 10. "Restore the nandroid you made on your MicroSD card." While restoring ( data included) i noticed that it says "Running exfat4 functions" i was like whaaat ? Did i just went back to exfat4 by restoring everyting from the backup ( System, Boot, Data) ? Should i repeat the whole process and exclude restoring the Data from the backup ? Am i really on F2FS system now ?

However if i've done everything correctly, here are my impressions after 3 days of usage. I can't say the device has become "snappy" or "fast". Yes, there is a difference. Yes the simple tasks like opening the App drawer, sliding the home screens (left <-> right), opening the Settings menu are faster than before, BUT other normal tasks like opening ( using ) Google Chrome, Maps are still slow and laggy. The firs time i installed HairyBean two years ago the device was the same, even a bit faster. F2FS did bring some life into the device but i can't say i am astonished. My Prime still sucks, sadly. I remember the days when i could browse the web smootly, play cpu demanding games like SixGuns, DeadSpace, etc with ease. Yes i know that the apps have changed and Maps, Chrome are bloated now but still i wish they perform at least normally on the TF201.

5 weeks later ...
The Prime is ok. I've gotten used to fast devices since i moved to Xperia Z series after the dissapointing Asus experience. I've started using the TF201 on daily basis and even though it's a bit slow it's ... fine. If you have the keyboard (docking station) it's event better because it becomes a classy looking laptop with a touch screen that still looks cool and modern.

A year late but I totally forgot about this device and thread lol. It was only because someone brought up tegra based SOC that I linked it and read the newest posts. This tablet could have been one of the best for its time and most of the hardware was, but it was really let down by the slowest nand known to man. There was only so much that could be done to speed up responsiveness, a pity really.

Crazy to me that people are still looking at this thread but I suppose it makes a good testbed for people new to flashing.

Thanks all for the fond memories. ;)
 
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    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.31
    • Updated Hundsbuah Kernel which fixes installs with ExFat SDCards and Battery Drain plus other fixes.
    • Fixed WallPaper selection to Stock Limitations.
    • Updated Google Play Store, Google+, Google Music, Hangouts, Google Search, Dropbox, YouTube & ES File File Explorer.
    • Updated Hundsbuah Kernel App to add Schedulers and Set on Boot option.
    • Removed Beats Audio as it wasn't working anymore and Added CyanogenMod DSP.
    • Added Mantano Book Reader instead of Asus My Library.
    • Replaced Sony Bravia Engine with newest Bravia 2 Engine.
    • Added OS Monitor.
    • Updated AdAway.
    • Added Greenify.
    • Added cLock.
    • Added Voltage Increase option to Installer.
    • Reverted TWRP to 2.5.0.0 working version.


    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.3
    • Rebuilt from new WW stock base 10.6.1.27.1 based on TF300 Rom.
    • Added Hundsbuah Kernel and Data2SD Addon.
    • Added Reverse Axis addon for use with Hundsbuah Kernel.
    • Added Hundsbuah Kernel App to set your own profiles.
    • All tweaks remade.
    • Remade Advanced Power Menu for new Base.
    • Fixed Super IPS.
    • Fixed GPS.
    • Updated All Google, Asus and Optional Apps.
    • New Aroma Installer.
    • New Bootloader and Themed TWRP.
    • All Previous Mods Included & Updated to new build.
    • And much much more.....
    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.2
    • Rebuilt from new WW stock base 10.6.1.15.3 based on TF300 Rom.
    • Added Surdu_Petru Kernel and Data2SD Version.
    • Added Reverse Axis Kernel and Data2SD Version for people with replacement screens.
    • Fixed GPS Dongle.
    • Added More HDMI Devices.
    • Fixed Cifs not showing files in Apps. Do not mount to Internal SD. Mount to mnt/cifs or Removable/MicroSD.
    • Added Dock Browser Changer to select what browser to open on Dock button.
    • All Previous Mods and Tweaks Included & Updated.
    • Added Option to install Browser2Ram script for Stock Browser and Chrome.
    • Added Option to install Trickster Mod for CPU control with Surdu_Petru Kernels.
    • Updated All Google, Asus and Optional Apps.
    • Added SQL Vacuum Script.
    • Remade Advanced Power Menu for new Base.
    • Removed Bloat that can be downloaded from Google Play.
    • And much much more.....
    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.11
    • Fixed Aroma Touch Screen Issues on TF700.
    • Fixed Aroma Selection/Deselection Bug When Scrolling.
    • Added Aroma Exit/About Screen on Power Button.
    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.1
    • Multi Device Added selectable in Aroma.
    • Data2SD Kernel Option
    • Fixed Search Bug
    • Remade Power Profiles.
    • Updated Google and Asus Apps.
    • Added LMT (Pie Navigation) and Full Screen App.
    • Added Furry Background is Back. Optional Stock Framework in aroma.
    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.0
    • Android 4.2.1
    • Rebuilt from new WW stock base 10.6.1.8. based on TF300 Rom.
    • Full working Advanced Power Menu including Reboot, Reboot to Recovery, Reboot to Bootloader and Hotboot option.
    • Custom AndroWook Boot Animation & Launcher Wallpaper.
    • Custom Themed AndroWook TWRP built into Upgrade zip.
    • Rooted and De-Odexed System App & Framework.
    • Fully zip alligned ROM with intelligent zip allign at every boot.
    • Aroma 2.56 Custom AndroWook themed installer.
    • Init.d scripting enabled in kernel ramdisk.
    • Automatic Permissions script run at boot.
    • Memory Tweaks performed at boot.
    • Latest Busybox installed.
    • SYSRO & SYSRW binary's included.
    • Selective performance enhancing build.prop tweaks.
    • Fixed docking problems.
    • Fixed bluetooth.
    • Fixed DRM.



    READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY. THIS IS NOT JUST FLASHING ANOTHER ROM


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    This Rom has been tested by many people but if you do not follow the instructions correctly or then go on to flash an incompatible TWRP you can brick yourself.

    DO NOT INSTALL ANY OTHER PRIME RECOVERY WHILE USING THE NEW HAIRYBEAN 2.31 (4.2.1) BOOTLOADER, THEY ARE NOT COMPATIBLE AT THE MOMENT, THE ONE BUILT IN IS MODDED. USE THE DOWNGRADE ZIP TO TAKE YOU BACK TO 4.1.1 BOOTLOADER AND RECOVERY IF YOU NEED IT.

    By downloading and installing the below you are in agreement that you understand the risk associated with doing this which in a worse case scenario could result in a bricked Transformer Prime. Therefore we are not responsible or liable for any issues you encounter although we will do our best to TRY to help you resolve them.

    Thank you.


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    • Battery above 20 percent.
    • An Unlocked Transformer Prime with a custom recovery.
    • A Micro SD to copy install files to as the Internal Storage will be wiped during install.
    • All valuable files removed from your Transformer Prime.
    • The files from the Download section below.
    • NVflash installed if you want to go back to any other ROM not built on official JB. This is more a recommendation rather than a requirement and the ROM will install without NVflash just fine.
    • ....and finally the ability to read. Honestly this is this biggest mistake people make is they do not read things correctly so read, read and READ again just to be sure.


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    NOTE** You MUST be on the new Hairybean 2.31 (4.2.1) Bootloader to be able to flash this new version which is available in the next section.**

    • Download "Upgrade Hairybean 2.31 (4.2.1) Bootloader & TWRP (2.5).zip" & "Hairybean 2.31.zip" from the links below and copy to Micro SD.
    • Boot into recovery and flash "Upgrade Hairybean 2.31 (4.2.1) Bootloader & TWRP (2.5).zip" from Micro SD card.
    • Click restart after completion and on restart LET THE BLUE LINE FILL ALL THE WAY, WHEN IT IS FINISHED IT WILL RESTART ITSELF BACK INTO TWRP OR INTO OS.
    • If the Tablet does not boot back into TWRP or OS then hold down Power and VOLUME DOWN for 10 seconds until it restarts and the icons appear. Then select RCK manually.
    • Go into TWRP and Wipe options and select Advanced Wipe. Select Dalvik Cache, System, Cache and Data and swipe to wipe. (Data2SD users also select SD-Ext)
    • Go to Install options and flash "Hairybean 2.31.zip" from Micro SD card.
    • When install is completed restart and allow 30-60 mins for the system to cache itself and then restart again upon which time you should now have a nice smooth TP.
    • Enjoy!


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    Thanks to wwjoshdew

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    Upgrade Hairybean 2.31 (4.2.1) Bootloader & TWRP (2.5).zip

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    Thanks
    • All of my Team and Beta Testers......couldn't have done it without you.
    • Huge thanks to art-mas for his amazing graphics. You can view the Androwook graphics by clicking HERE or view the rest of his amazing website at http://www.art-mas.com/
    • elesbb for browser changer mod on dock.
    • NRG for working with me on the bugs.
    • Everyone I forgot......;)
    • ......and you guys for using my ROM and giving me something to do. :) Thank you.
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    • Hairybean TWRP theme is now included by default and installs with the Bootloader & Twrp Upgrade.
    • Please do not install any other versions of TWRP while using the 4.2.1 bootloader.

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    • HairyBean 2.31 Kernel Installer will allow you to try different kernel options without re-flashing the rom. It will also clean up bits left behind by the previous kernel before installing a new one.
    • Download "Hairybean 2.31 Kernel Installer - VER 1.zip" from one of the links below and copy to your Micro SD.
    • Boot into TWRP and install "Hairybean 2.31 Kernel Installer - VER 1.zip" from Micro SD card.
    • Select the Kernel you would like to install from the options.
    • When install is completed restart and LET THE BLUE LINE FILL ALL THE WAY.
    • It should now continue into the rom with your new Kernel Selection.


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    Hairybean 2.31 Kernel Installer - VER 2.zip

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    • Download "Downgrade Hairybean 4.1.1 Bootloader & Recovery" from one of the links below and copy with your preferred 4.1.1 rom to Micro SD.
    • Boot into recovery and flash "Downgrade Hairybean 4.1.1 Bootloader & Recovery" from Micro SD card.
    • Click restart after completion and on restart LET THE BLUE LINE FILL ALL THE WAY, WHEN IT IS FINISHED IT WILL RESTART ITSELF BACK INTO TWRP.
    • If the Tablet does not boot back into TWRP then hold down Power and VOLUME DOWN for 10 seconds until it restarts and the icons appear. Then select RCK manually.
    • Go to wipe options and do a factory reset, clear cache, clear dalvik, wipe system and finally format data.
    • Go to Install options and flash your preferred 4.1.1 rom from Micro SD card.



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    Hund's F2FS kernel - modified for tf201

    Hey guys, I fixed MTP on Hund's F2FS kernel and I changed the performance profiles to normal tf201 settings.

    Installing F2FS on HB 2.31 with EXT4

    1. Backup the contents of /sdcard directory to a MicroSD card or a PC.
    2. Download TWRP 2.7 for F2FS found on post 2 of this thread.
    3. Download Hund-f2fs-v3.4.5-tf201-discardoff.zip attached here.
    4. Reboot to recovery and make a nandroid of system, data, and boot on MicroSD card.
    5. Flash TWRP 2.7 for F2FS.
    6. Reboot. When you see the blob flash progress bar, hold down the volume down button so you can go straight back to recovery.
    7. Press volume up once in fastboot to go to recovery. TWRP version should be 2.7.0.0-Geass.
    8. Select Wipe, Format Data, type yes. This will format your /data partition as f2fs. This will wipe all data on your tablet.
    9. Once formatting is done, reboot to recovery again (hold down volume button when rebooting).
    10. Restore the nandroid you made on your MicroSD card.
    11. Flash Hund-f2fs-v3.4.5-tf201-discardoff.zip.
    12. Reboot back to Android. Restore your /sdcard directory.
    13. If you wish, use Hund's App v2.3 found on this thread to configure your performance profiles. I recommend not using gpu above 520: the voltages above 520 are too low and are not stable for me.
    If you're already on F2FS, just install or restore Androwook and flash the kernel
    **Also works for CROMI-X 5.4**

    Disclaimer
    F2F2 is experimental and data corruption can occur. Store important data on your MicroSD card. Backup data partition on MicroSD about once a week to easily restore in case of corruption. Avoid rebooting immediately after startup.
    ***You must be on a TF300t 4.2.1 bootloader***

    Source: Hund's kernel v3.4.5 with changes to ramdisk and performance profiles

    Edit: Attachment removed. New version available
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    Just a quick update.

    There is nothing really going on at the moment. I don't really see a point in updating the rom where it is the smoothest it has ever been for me and the testers.

    I could update a few apps etc but not much point when I think that 4.3 should be released soon from Asus for either the tf300 or tf700.

    Once we get a new base I will get to work on Hairybean 3.0 and no doubt 3.01 will follow about 2 weeks after lol.
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    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Cow v2.31 RC2
    • Updated Hundsbuah Kernel which fixes installs with ExFat SDCards and Battery Drain plus other fixes.
    • Fixed WallPaper selection to Stock Limitations.
    • Updated Google Play Store, Google+, Google Music, Hangouts, Google Search, Dropbox, YouTube & ES File File Explorer.00
    • Updated Hundsbuah Kernel App to add Schedulers and Set on Boot option.
    • Removed Beats Audio as it wasn't working anymore and Added CyanogenMod DSP.
    • Added Mantano Book Reader instead of Asus My Library.
    • Replaced Sony Bravia Engine with newest Bravia 2 Engine.
    • Added OS Monitor.
    • Updated AdAway.
    • Added Greenify.
    • Added cLock.


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    HairyCow 2.31 - RC 2.zip

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    HairyCow 2.31 Kernel Installer - RC 2.zip

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