Can't you use something to create a blank partition in its place? Or expand the media partition? There is also a partition undelete utility by the same company that released PhotoRec (for recovering deleted photos from camera memory cards) but that wouldn't work over Novacom...
Originally Posted by broncot
I don't know the precise specs for the Media partition on a 32GB Touchpad, but AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK, $Android$ $is$ $installed$ $on$ $that$ $and$ $you$ $can$ $browse$ $its$ $files$ $under$ $Internalz$, $so$ $perhaps$ $that$ $partition$ $was$ $set$ $to$ $hidden$ $and$ $then$ $you$ $deleted$ $it$, $so$ $this$ $would$ $be$ $trickier$ $now$... $the$ $uninstall$ $utility$ $definitely$ $needs$ $access$ $to$ $the$ $files$ $before$ $anything$ $can$ $be$ $done$...
So if the Android bootloader is gone, something will need to be done to create a "factory original" media partition and then fill it with the correct files and directories
Ok, the partition recovery tool is http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk and the source is available, so it can be compiled to run on the Touchpad to recover partitions... don't ask me for step-by-step directions though, i've not tried running linux commandline tools on the TP yet...
Oh and some screenshots of TestDisk doing its job here... http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/l...-recovery.html