Originally Posted by lemanho
TPDerbrick methods let the old battery connect and recognize existing main board by performing either a reflash of the A6 chip, or a repartition of the emmc depending on which TP brick scenario exists on the device.
You may have a lot of valid information in your posts and threads, however, I sometimes am left to wonder what your real motivation is for posting here. You claim to have plenty of devices, then when queried using PM's on them, you often claim the devices are in the hands of a "friend" you see on Sundays.
I've inquired about purchasing parts and devices from you which you've claimed are in your hands and available for sale, then come to find out you don't have them in your possession at the moment, and/or you need to check with your Sunday "friend" before giving me an exact price.
Additionally, when offered solutions by our members to probelms you're having with some of your devices (like the tpdebrick process), you are either quick to discount the process as invalid and/or state you have no interest in pursuing that form of restoral on the device. If that's the case, why did you post about the problem in the first place?
Lastly, I am not sure about the level of your honesty with me. I tell you of a 64GB TP GO device that I have factual information directly from factory sources who built the devices indicating the 64GB Opal device I have was the only one made, and you respond discounting my claim and tell me you have seen many of the 64 GB Touchpad GO devices. I am more likely to trust information from factory sources than information from a blog post.
In conclusion, i am not denying you possess a ton of knowledge about the HP devices you write about, and I do get the sense you are as disgruntled as any of us are about the current state of webOS and its hardware, however, I question your motivation for posting information about these devices because you easily discount known solutions and fixes we share with you here.