Official NVFlash Recovery & ROM – Asus Transformer (Released)
By admin On 12 Jun, 2011 At 07:00 PM | Categorized As Featured | With 2 Comments

We have made it to delivery day of the much awaited recovery tools and first nvflashed based custom recovery rom for the Asus Transformer TF101.  This work will be brought to you by the team over at (RaYmAn, and Bumble-Bee), Roach (Creator: Prime Rom) and the team.

In an effort to provide you with the best experience possible, the developers and the community will be your official channel for support of these tools and roms.

Follow us on twitter at to be notified of our latest updates, including the official release of these tools.

It is strongly urged that you always grab the latest information and tools directly from the website to ensure you have the safest and friendliest experience possible.

What exactly is in the pipe you ask?

Full NVflash support by the team. This team has pumped out some amazing work for the Asus Transformer. They were the guys to bring you the original root, blob tools, and they released the secure boot key (SBK) and now NVFlash. For those of you who don’t know about NVflash this is the ultimate tool for recovery and flashing roms. This tool can bring your device back from the dead in most any situation, even those hard to fix corrupted bootloader issues. It will allow full recovery of device, backup of all partitions on device and individual flash of partitions.

Next on the list is a custom ROM by Roach who is known for his work on the Prime ROM’s and his odexing work on the Motorola Xoom. His custom rom will be the first rom in the world to be bundled with this NVFlash and a perfect ROM to use for gaining root, cwm, and other goodies with minimal effort.

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Vist the forums to download!



Note: If you have a us or ww model of the transformer and you want to revert back to stock, use the recovery roms created by zerofeel  [ here ].

About - ZeroFeel - Is a Network Administrator and Android enthusiast from the Sarasota / Bradenton area of Florida. He works full time as a Network Administrator and runs this website during his free time as a hobby.

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  1. jaafer says:

    THANKYOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU I just bricked my asus, now its fixed :D

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