[ROM][May 13][JB 4.2.1] AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.2 **Unleash The Beast!**

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sbdags

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how do I do that?

from TWRP?

Do I put the latest AndroWook on my external microSD card then find the install function in TWRP?

How do I know if I am running the right TWRP? I hear it changed?

I am a noob at this and i need step by step like I am 3 years old :)

Which TWRP do you have installed - just make sure you have flashed the bootloader and twrp in the first post - all the instructions are there for for you. :)
 
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Start the tab with power and vol down held down - the bootloader version will be int he top left corner.

Then hit vol up on the RCK icon which will take you into recovery which should be obvious what its version is ;)

When in TWRP if I hit "settings" then in the top left it says v2.4.4.0 is that the version of TWRP I have?

When I restarted it says bootloader (1.00 e) is that my bootloader version?!

Can I copy over the latest AndroWook on my microSD card with these TWRP and bootloader versions? ...
 

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When in TWRP if I hit "settings" then in the top left it says v2.4.4.0 is that the version of TWRP I have?

When I restarted it says bootloader (1.00 e) is that my bootloader version?!

Can I copy over the latest AndroWook on my microSD card with these TWRP and bootloader versions? ...

Bootloader will be something like 10.6.1.27.1. I think 2.4.4.0 is OLD!
OK YOU ARE IN THE WRONG THREAD - GO HERE

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2407248

If you installed the file (bootloader and recovery package) from the first post in that thread for 2.3.1 then you have everything ready to install this rom......
 
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Maybe someone, Flumpster too, can tell me whether I should be upgrading or what

I just formatted my AndroWook transformer prime, I dont know how to find the bootloader (the top left tells me I have bootloader 1.00 e when I startup with power + down volume.

When I go to settings in TWRP it tells me I have v2.4.4.0. which sdbags was nice enough to tell me is the old version, is that too old to upgrade from?! How do I find the bootloader version exactly?!

Thanks ahead of time for this guys
 

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Hey Flumpster, you helped me before when I first installed AndroWook, without you I never would have got it working.

Any help you can give my dumb brain on this one? :)

Just go to the 2.31 where you have posted also and follow the instructions in the first post that includes flashing the bootloader and twrp combo.

What you are reading about flashing wrong versions is between bootloader and twrp.. If you have a certain version bootloader and flash the wrong twrp for it it can brick you. This doesn't apply here because the file I give in the 2.31 thread flashes the bootloader and the correct compatible twrp the same time. Then you flash the rom.

So, to paraphrase. Follow instructions on 2.31 1st post.
 
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Just go to the 2.31 where you have posted also and follow the instructions in the first post that includes flashing the bootloader and twrp combo.

What you are reading about flashing wrong versions is between bootloader and twrp.. If you have a certain version bootloader and flash the wrong twrp for it it can brick you. This doesn't apply here because the file I give in the 2.31 thread flashes the bootloader and the correct compatible twrp the same time. Then you flash the rom.

So, to paraphrase. Follow instructions on 2.31 1st post.

You rock Flumpster!

I might have AndroWook installed on my transformer prime but we both know, its the Flump-mobile!
 

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So I think I've screwed up a bit. I was running Androwook and I read someone say that SlimKat is looking good. I flashed androwook ages ago, so forgot about the whole "If you want to install anything else you've got to use the "downgrade" zip". and therefore I didn't.

I tried to install SlimKat using TWRP, and it failed. So I thought it might be my TWRP version, so I upgraded - I'm now on v2.6.3.0. However when I boot up the device it goes straight into TWRP and prompts for password - which I didn't set. I've read a bunch of threads, suggesting:
- to wipe (I can't, the partitions aren't mounted)
- to format a partition as ext3 (or 4 - whatever) - I can't no partitions are mounted.

When I check in adb or TWRP file manager, I can see /dev/block/mmcblk0 and mmcblk0p1 - which I assume is my external sd card, however it doesn't let me mount my external SD card.

When I'm in windows, my windows won't recognise my device to allow me to use adb - it says "Transformer - device not recognised". I can use adb in ubuntu, but then I can't access any on device partitions.

Would love any advice here that might get me back on the right path. Right now the device is looking like a big paperweight... cheer.
 

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So I think I've screwed up a bit. I was running Androwook and I read someone say that SlimKat is looking good. I flashed androwook ages ago, so forgot about the whole "If you want to install anything else you've got to use the "downgrade" zip". and therefore I didn't.

I tried to install SlimKat using TWRP, and it failed. So I thought it might be my TWRP version, so I upgraded - I'm now on v2.6.3.0. However when I boot up the device it goes straight into TWRP and prompts for password - which I didn't set. I've read a bunch of threads, suggesting:
- to wipe (I can't, the partitions aren't mounted)
- to format a partition as ext3 (or 4 - whatever) - I can't no partitions are mounted.

When I check in adb or TWRP file manager, I can see /dev/block/mmcblk0 and mmcblk0p1 - which I assume is my external sd card, however it doesn't let me mount my external SD card.

When I'm in windows, my windows won't recognise my device to allow me to use adb - it says "Transformer - device not recognised". I can use adb in ubuntu, but then I can't access any on device partitions.

Would love any advice here that might get me back on the right path. Right now the device is looking like a big paperweight... cheer.

Wonder how flumspter knew people would be doing this :laugh:. He made a special blob for you to flash :good:. Follow the instructions in this post and you should get back to the correct TWRP so you can start over again:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=40149294&postcount=8
 

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Wonder how flumspter knew people would be doing this :laugh:. He made a special blob for you to flash :good:. Follow the instructions in this post and you should get back to the correct TWRP so you can start over again:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=40149294&postcount=8

Thanks for the tips here - I've had a go, but unfortunately I'm not having much luck. It appears I'm unable to get into fastboot any more - holding volume down during power on appears to do nothing.

I tried adb shell, but it reports "insufficient permissions for device". Also, as mentioned previously, I can only see mmcblk0 and mmcblk0p1 when using the twrp file manager, so don't know if the adb command on the thread you reference is any use to me.

I'll keep trying. Any more tips welcome!
 
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cannot detect memory card

my prime cannot detect memory card
and now i cannot boot into the system after upgrading the bootloader

what can i do now thx D:
 

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Thanks for the tips here - I've had a go, but unfortunately I'm not having much luck. It appears I'm unable to get into fastboot any more - holding volume down during power on appears to do nothing.

I tried adb shell, but it reports "insufficient permissions for device". Also, as mentioned previously, I can only see mmcblk0 and mmcblk0p1 when using the twrp file manager, so don't know if the adb command on the thread you reference is any use to me.

I'll keep trying. Any more tips welcome!

It sounds like I'm in the same boat.

Can't get into fastboot, just goes directly to TWRP 2.6.3.0 and prompts for password.

Can't wipe /data as it give the error "unable to format to remove encryption" which is preceded by "Unable to find partition size for '/misc' and again for '/staging', '/data', '/boot' and '/recovery'.

I'm unable to use the dd command suggested as the /dev/block directory contains only 2 mmcblk files: mmcblk0 and mmcblk0p1. So, I don't have an mmcblk0p4 to write to. TWRP is running though, so I guess I should be able to access it's device and overwrite it with dd.

When I boot without the external sdcard, I have no devices other than loop0..loop7 in the /dev/block folder. Where are the partitions? I wonder if I should I be trying to overwrite the bootloader as it's ignoring my VOL-Down and just going directly into TWRP? If so, how would I do that with adb? I can transfer files and adb seems to be okay.

So, confused. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

NEW INFO
I cant get to fastboot using adb reboot-bootloader. I can flash with fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash recovery twrp.blob and it finishes on the command line but no blue line appears on the device and it just hangs there.
 
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It sounds like I'm in the same boat.

Can't get into fastboot, just goes directly to TWRP 2.6.3.0 and prompts for password.

Can't wipe /data as it give the error "unable to format to remove encryption" which is preceded by "Unable to find partition size for '/misc' and again for '/staging', '/data', '/boot' and '/recovery'.

I'm unable to use the dd command suggested as the /dev/block directory contains only 2 mmcblk files: mmcblk0 and mmcblk0p1. So, I don't have an mmcblk0p4 to write to. TWRP is running though, so I guess I should be able to access it's device and overwrite it with dd.

When I boot without the external sdcard, I have no devices other than loop0..loop7 in the /dev/block folder. Where are the partitions? I wonder if I should I be trying to overwrite the bootloader as it's ignoring my VOL-Down and just going directly into TWRP? If so, how would I do that with adb? I can transfer files and adb seems to be okay.

So, confused. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

NEW INFO
I cant get to fastboot using adb reboot-bootloader. I can flash with fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash recovery twrp.blob and it finishes on the command line but no blue line appears on the device and it just hangs there.

Even after fastboot reboot-bootloader?
 

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All these posts are in the wrong thread. If you have messed up your device by flashing a different version of TWRP to the one needed by the bootloader you are on then please make a new thread. This thread is for the Hairybean rom and it tells you in the instructions that you are not to use different recoveries while using it.

It seems most people are getting into trouble while trying to move to a different rom so you could ask in their threads also ;)
 
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    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.2
    • Rebuilt from new WW stock base 10.6.1.15.3 based on TF300 Rom.
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    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.11
    • Fixed Aroma Touch Screen Issues on TF700.
    • Fixed Aroma Selection/Deselection Bug When Scrolling.
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    • AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v2.1
    • Multi Device Added selectable in Aroma.
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    • Updated Google and Asus Apps.
    • Added LMT (Pie Navigation) and Full Screen App.
    • Added Furry Background is Back. Optional Stock Framework in aroma.
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    • 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.
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    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 RECOVERY WHILE USING THE NEW 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 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 4.2.1 bootloader to be able to flash this new version which is available in the next section.**

    • If you are already on HairyBean 2.xx you do not need to flash the "Upgrade Hairybean 4.2.1 Bootloader & Recovery.zip" again.
    • TF700 Owners. Do not flash "Upgrade Hairybean 4.2.1 Bootloader & Recovery.zip". Make sure you are already on 4.2.1 Bootloader and have TWRP working and just flash the rom.
    • Download "Hairybean 2.2.zip" and "Upgrade Hairybean 4.2.1 Bootloader & Recovery.zip" from the links below and copy to Micro SD.
    • Boot into recovery and flash "Upgrade Hairybean 4.2.1 Bootloader & Recovery.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.
    • 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 "Hairybean 2.2.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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    Upgrade Hairybean 4.2.1 Bootloader & Recovery.zip

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    • Download "Downgrade Hairybean 4.1.1 Bootloader & Recovery" from one the link 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.
    • 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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    • Rebuilt from new WW stock base 10.4.2.17.
    • Added Custom install option to allow users to choose each individual APK that is installed.
    • Added Rebuilt Advanced Power Menu as previous version not compatible with new base.
    • Added DRM fix so able to now watch Google Films. A first for TF201 Jelly Bean!!
    • Added GPS fix for intermittent GPS on new base.
    • Added Flash Player fix for new base.
    • Added AndroWook graphics to setup wizard and system menus.
    • Updated Busybox to Version 1.20 (just for James)....LOL
    • Removed Complete, Typical, Minimal & Ultra Minimal options as no longer required.
    • Added Adobe Flash Player Option, Fix and moved to Data Partition rather than System Partition.
    • Added Memory Fix for when to many apps being installed to the System Partition.
    • Added Launcher Installation fix in Aroma Installer.
    • Added Option on install default framework and remove AndroWook fur.
    • Corrected Asus Widget names in Aroma Installer.



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    NOTE** You MUST be on the official JB 4.1.1 bootloader to be able to flash this version. This was included in v1.3 but has been removed in v1.51. If still on ICS bootloader please follow Upgrade Instructions for ICS in post 2**

    • Download AndroWook Prime Hairy Bean v1.51 from one of the links above and copy to either root of internal SD or micro SD.
    • Boot into recovery and if you are doing a dirty flash then just wipe cache and dalvik cache and if doing a clean flash then select factory reset as well. You can wipe system as well if you want a total deep clean but do so at your own risk.
    • Select to install ROM from SD and follow on screen prompts. NOTE** If selecting Data2SD kernel you MUST ensure you SD is formatted with FAT32 as the first partition and EXT4 as the second partition.
    • When install completed allow 30-60 mins for the system to cache itself upon which time you should now have a nice smooth TP.
    • Enjoy!


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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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    • NOTE** You MUST be on the JB 4.1.1 bootloader to be able to flash these files. DO NOT FLASH THESE ON THE 4.2.1 BOOTLOADER AS THEY CAN BRICK YOU
    • Download one of the files below for your install type (normal or data2sd)
    • Extract folder on PC and run the "HairyBean TWRP Recovery Flasher.bat" file.
    • Follow the on screen instructions.
    • Delete TWRP settings from sdcard and external sdcard. (/TWRP/.twrps and .version)



    • We are not responsible for any bricks caused by updating your bootloader. It is advised to do the nvflash process first so you cannot hard brick your device ever. If you are not happy to do it please don't.

    • Download Update JB Bootloader.zip and HairyBean 1.51
    • Place HairyBean 1.51 and Update JB Bootloader.zip on External SD Card.
    • Boot into TWRP, Go to install option and select External up top, Select Update JB Bootloader.zip and install it.
    • Select Restart and let the blue line fill all the way, It will then restart and stick on splash screen.
    • Hold down Power button and Volume down for 10 seconds and the prime will restart. Keep holding them until the Icons appear. Use volume down to go to fastboot icon (usb icon) and hit volume up.
    • Extract the attached file to your desktop "HairyBean TWRP Updater (normal).zip". Run the Hairybean Twrp Recovery Flasher.bat and follow onscreen instructions to flash JB TWRP.
    • Once restarted go back into recovery by holding Power button and Volume down for 10 seconds until restart as before and keep holding them until the Icons appear then hit up on first icon (recovery)
    • Go to wipe option and factory reset, wipe system, wipe dalvik and wipe cache.
    • Go to install menu and flash HairyBean 1.51

    Downloads

    Update JB Bootloader.zip

    Hairybean TWRP Updater (normal)

    MD5 sum of "Update JB Bootloader.zip" : F2EDC4929E967E9C5A61110FDCDBAF82
    MD5 sum of "HairyBean TWRP Updater (normal).zip" : 55812CCA367C9B33721918C204A8ADFC

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    • This is for data2sd users. (Hairybean 1.51 only)
    • This will mount the old internal storage of the Prime onto the new sdcard with the folder name "Internal SD"
    • You will be able to use this folder as normal and it will be accessed by music player and gallery etc.

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    • Download the file "Mount InternalSD Data2sd.zip" below and place on External SD Card.
    • Boot into TWRP, Go to install option and select External up top, Select "Mount InternalSD Data2sd.zip" and install it.
    • Reboot
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    ANDROWOOK HB 2.0 BATTERY MOD

    Very simple 100% battery mod fro HB 2.0 to give true battery life left in 1% increments. There are 2 versions to pick from.

    Instructions:
    Download the one you prefer then rename to SystemUi.apk
    Use ROOT EXPLORER or equivalent to get to the root of the prime to copy the file to /system/app
    Change the permissions to rw-r-r
    Delete the original SystemUI.apk and then you will reboot automatically
    enjoy battery mod.

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    Hey Guys............

    Its been a few days since I made the decision to knock this on the head to spend more time with my family and not being stuck infront of my laptop every night has been great even though it has only been a few days.

    That being said after speaking with family and friends I do wander if I somewhat jumped the gun and was being hot headed with cancelling AndroWook so with that being said I am going to remove the discontinued status from the ROM and start provide new versions again.

    What I MUST, MUST state though is updates will be in NO way as frequent as they were as my family is still my top priority and I will only be able to work on this as and when I can and can not commit as much time in one session as previously.

    Thank you all for the kind words and I do have a new version of AndroWook that I had built and was testing prior to calling time on things and Charliestheman and Lostsorrow have been testing it for the past few days and have said that it is superb so I will get this out in a few days when I have time.

    Just to reiterate updates will not be as frequent as before as family/home life takes priority and I will work on this as and when I have time.

    I hope this is all ok with everyone.

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    Wookie, come back from the dark side mate, your missed.

    Hope everything is ok with you. :)

    LOL Thanks.

    As you are all aware I've made no secret of the fact that I have had health issues recently and because of that coupled with stresses from work and home it has made me make quite a few rash decisions including walking away from AndroWook a couple of times which I'm sure has pissed off more than a few people..........to those people I truly apologize.

    I'm happy to say I am now (fingers crossed) on the mend good and proper and can now see how rash I have been so have decided to come out of retirement one final time to work with the rest of the fellas and, hopefully, give you the best ROM possible available.

    Apologize once again for any one I have annoyed with the on, off and on again roller coaster ride but hopefully you can kinda understand.

    Thank you all for using AndroWook and for giving an old fool another chance.

    Cheers

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