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  1.    #1  
    hello all;
    i recently install android cm9.
    swithched to AOKP.
    on reboot got bootloader and TWRP.
    no AOKP, or HPOS.
    i dont know enough about tablets, think i may have brick my tablet.
    TWRP gives error that sd card will not mount as for any other partition.
    any help would be appreciated.
    tried os doc to no avail. tried installing backup but as no partitions are accessible TWRP showed none of my backups
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    How did you install your update? Through recovery, or doing it a different way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Monroe View Post
    hello all;
    tried os doc to no avail. tried installing backup but as no partitions are accessible TWRP showed none of my backups
    As long as you can boot to something like TWRP it is probably not bricked.
    Run the Doc from a command line (Windows:cmd.exe Mac: Terminal Linux:some shell).
    Code:
    java -jar <your doctor.jar file>
    Post the output here.
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    thanks for the replies.
    i will run that command as soon as i get back home.
    as far as the how, i used the goomanager. downloaded a tenderloin ROM. used the flash button at the bottom of the goomanager ROM flash page. When it rebooted into TWRP, that was the only partition i could access. and the
    TWRP console viewer showed that when the AOKP was trying to boot it could not access the SD card or any of the other partitions
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    You should typically install new ROMs from recovery instead of relying on the GUI. If you can still access whatever media the ROM downloaded to, you can try again from the recovery.

    If you're running webOS Doctor, make sure you're in USB Recovery mode (bootie) and not Android recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Monroe View Post
    thanks for the replies.
    When it rebooted into TWRP, that was the only partition i could access. and the
    TWRP console viewer showed that when the AOKP was trying to boot it could not access the SD card or any of the other partitions
    You did the same thing as me. It ended up corrupting my usb and I couldn't load webOS or android. I tried every trick in the book off several forums and nothing worked. I eventually found one on XDA that had 2 extra bits of code that got me back up and running. If you haven't fixed yours yet take a look at this post...

    [Q] Touchpad seems bricked - xda-developers
    Last edited by HelloNNNewman; 11/10/2012 at 06:09 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by somline View Post
    As long as you can boot to something like TWRP it is probably not bricked.
    Run the Doc from a command line (Windows:cmd.exe Mac: Terminal Linux:some shell).
    Code:
    java -jar <your doctor.jar file>
    Post the output here.
    windows 7 prints that 'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command.
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    Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
    Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    C:\Users\george>java -jar
    'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    C:\Users\george>java -jar C:\Users\george\Music\webosdoctop300hstnhwifi.zip
    'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    C:\Users\george>java -zip C:\Users\george\Music\webosdoctop300hstnhwifi.zip
    'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.
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    You need to install java: java.com: Java + You
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    my windows 7 has the 64 and 32 bit java installed
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    Then the java environment is not set. I don't have windows.
    Java is probably installed somewhere in C:/Program Files/??
    You need to include the path to the java.exe into your PATH-variable.
    I can't help you with your java problem.
    And you need to unzip the doctor. It should have a .jar extension.
    Try a different computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakkzen View Post
    You did the same thing as me. It ended up corrupting my usb and I couldn't load webOS or android. I tried every trick in the book off several forums and nothing worked. I eventually found one on XDA that had 2 extra bits of code that got me back up and running. If you haven't fixed yours yet take a look at this post...

    [Q] Touchpad seems bricked - xda-developers
    working my way through fix posted by jakkzen, having trouble geting novacom to install
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Monroe View Post
    working my way through fix posted by jakkzen, having trouble geting novacom to install
    You're overdoing it. Try to run the Doctor regularly at first, then go on if there are problems. Are you on the screen with the USB logo (on your device)? If not, Novacom will not recognize it. Reboot and hold Vol+ while doing so to get into USB Recovery mode. As for Novacom, it should install automatically. Post back if there's an error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    You're overdoing it. Try to run the Doctor regularly at first, then go on if there are problems. Are you on the screen with the USB logo (on your device)? If not, Novacom will not recognize it. Reboot and hold Vol+ while doing so to get into USB Recovery mode. As for Novacom, it should install automatically. Post back if there's an error.
    Hello;
    if i run the doc normally it will put the tablet in the usb state. (there will be a big usb symbol on the tablet).
    i can only get into the usb state or by holding the home and power button until the tablet asks me to let the buttons go. next is the TWRP where i can choose the webOS recovery from the boot loader
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    ok running the doctor normally i get to 8% and than i get the "we were unable to reset your phone"
    i assume the doctor sees my tablet, i can hear the windows sound for connecting and dropping a device and the tablet goes from the usb symbol to the hp logo in the middle of the screen
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    Now you're going. What's the log like? (Look in %temp% for something that contains webOS in the file name.)
  17.    #17  
    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Now you're going. What's the log like? (Look in %temp% for something that contains webOS in the file name.)
    ok, will check tonight, did start the fix from post #6 noticed last night i did not have all the files in the right place so i will try again, thanks for the suggestion will post results tonight
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    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    root@webos-device:/tmp# ls
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    root@webos-device:/tmp# ls
    find_boot.sh get_token.sh
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    root@webos-device:/tmp# ls
    find_boot.sh get_token.sh
    root@webos-device:/tmp#

    is this what you want this is my tmp file contents not sure what the % character represents
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    can we do this in linux the only thing windows has going for it is there relationship with Nvidia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Monroe View Post
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    root@webos-device:/tmp# ls
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    root@webos-device:/tmp# ls
    find_boot.sh get_token.sh
    ln: /var/luna/preferences/localtime: File exists
    root@webos-device:/# cd /tmp
    root@webos-device:/tmp# ls
    find_boot.sh get_token.sh
    root@webos-device:/tmp#

    is this what you want this is my tmp file contents not sure what the % character represents
    In Windows, not Linux. Type %temp% into Explorer (the file manager).
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