Since ICS was released, I been drooling over trying to factory restore my asus tf101 b70 model tablet and it can't update to ICS because it's rooted. Root fails and I cannot factory restore to the original rom image.
After two days of screwing around with it...
Ok, somehow I've managed to unroot (lock/un-jailbreak) my aus tf101 tablet, in preparation for ICS (Ice Cream Sandwitch) Android v4. I've read if you attemp to update while rooted, you brick your phone/tablet. This is good practice for my phone, because if I brick that, I'm screwed. LOL >:-)
Where do I go from here? The update isn't taking and I've regretfully failed trying to factory restore it. Even though I have a factory image from before I rooted it.
I have no idea how I unrooted, but I've got the factory image from Asus and I want to know how to restore it to the factory condition, but without using an exterior microsd card and no I do not have the docking station.
I really need to be able to load default updates through android. I'm sorry I ever rooted and please just help me restore it to "out of the box" condition.
I'm not trying to sell it. I love it more than my laptop now and after owning it for a couple of weeks, I really don't care for the root thing anymore. I just want to be able to install updates without going blind reading forums.
Please help, it's less than a month old. I know I violated warranty and opted out of extended warranty from bestbuy, but there has to be something I can do.
the only thing I can think of is to attempt to return it to bestbuy, lie and say I didn't mess with it, or tell them it's bricked and i didn't do it. LOL
other option, i can purchase extended warranty and once again lie and tell them to fix it.
any other ideas? hopefully ones that won't cost money.
B70----------- Did you really think I would give you my S/N? LOL
Eee Pad Transformer TF101
Asus-Eee Pad Transformer Tablet with 32GB Hard Drive-Brown/Black-TF101-B1
Model Number: TF101-B1