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  1. gosydar

    gosydar New Member

    Hi everyone
    That's what i get on my screen when volume down +power

    The device is unlocked
    Android cardhu-user bootloader <2.10 e> released by "US_epad-9.4.5.26-20120720" A03
    Booting recovery kernel image

    and ASUS logo in the middle

    can not get into recovery
    nothing works
    Tablet is unlocked, rooted,TWRP instaled,run on stock US_epad-9.4.5.26-20120720,never updated to.30
    Don't know what to do.Is there something else i can do?
    Tried to flash recovery in fastboot but always get waiting for device. Got drivers on my computer.
    Got no more ideas.
    Thanks in advance

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  2. jhawkkw

    jhawkkw Chinchillin' Moderator

    If you're getting waiting for device, then it means that either your drivers aren't set up properly, or the cable isn't allowing the tablet to be read by the computer correctly. What type of computer are you using and if it's windows, what does your your device manager look like if you plug the tablet it while in fastboot mode?
  3. gosydar

    gosydar New Member

    The device is unlocked
    Android cardhu-user bootloader <2.10 e> released by "US_epad-9.4.5.26-20120720" A03
    Booting recovery kernel image

    and ASUS logo in the middle
    Thats it my tablet stay in this position. Drivers in computer are ok because i used it before with no problem. I use windows 7 and 8. I can't rich boot menu. I try many time restart my tablet with volume down + power button. It is stay

    "The device is unlocked
    Android cardhu-user bootloader <2.10 e> released by "US_epad-9.4.5.26-20120720" A03
    Booting recovery kernel image and ASUS logo in the middle" and no move.
  4. jackbquick123

    jackbquick123 Well-Known Member

    Sometimes files or drivers get corrupted, you may have to download and install again. Also try different ports on computer.
    Also if your still rooted there is a free app called quick boot that gives you different boot choices, you can boot directly into boot loader or directly into recovery without having to hold volume and power buttons. Hope this helps.
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