please help. my TF101 won't boot past ASUS screen.Support


  1. AlfaM03

    AlfaM03 New Member

    Hi guys! I've joined this forum solely for this and I hope you can help. To start, I have had my Transformer for almost 4 years now. I haven't tried to root or add some custom firmware on this. So everything is "stock" so to speak. Recently my Transformer just turned off and restarted. I thought this was the usual "random restart" the transformer does but this time it wont get past the Asus boot screen with the spinning circles. I kinda left it till it'll run out of battery hoping this was a one time thing but when I tried charging it back up again, it still won't get past the boot screen to the desktop. I've tried cold-booting and also doing the "recovery kernel" thing but no luck. I've read about hard and soft bricks around the internet. I also read about bricks usually having bootloops. It doesn't seem like my tab is bootlooping but I'm still kinda leaning to the possibility that my loved TF101 is bricked. :(( I haven't tried doing a whole factory reset because I still have some valuable files in my tab. Is there a way fix this thing or even just a way to recover my files before doing the factory reset? ANY HELP? :(( please explain some terms and steps as simply as you can. I'd really appreciate it.

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  2. doniago

    doniago Well-Known Member

    If you hook it up to your PC can you at least see it as a hard drive? If so, you can at least get the files off it that way.

    Good luck in any case.
  3. AlfaM03

    AlfaM03 New Member

    no. well that's my other problem coz i cant get my pc to detect my tablet. im using windows 8. i think its something wrong with my cord. :/
  4. doniago

    doniago Well-Known Member

    Right. Sorry I don't have any practical advice for you. Best wishes!
  5. Dresler

    Dresler New Member

    It is nevrtheless a good question: how do you connect a PC to the TF701T with a USB ? I did not succeed in doing that. And my cable is brand new.
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