12/11/2013, 10:06 PM
Yeah, yeah you got me. I typed A4 instead of A6. I was gonna go back and fix that but I didn't. Had a feeling you would use it to say something. (Ha, ha. He said A4. That's SO funny!!! What a dumdum!!!)
Originally Posted by TopTongueBarry
Why did I try to warn Tom away from your post? So ok, the gentleman (Tom) posts twice with no indication of reading any of the other replies. I got the impression he was going to need a lot of handholding. I didn't think referring him to a site he's maybe never heard of, to look for a post you had seen but didn't link to (Thanks Angel for the link to your thread,which led me to Barry's link to the procedure), to get and use a Linux distribution to run Terminal and issue Linux line commands...was within his ability, and asking a bit much. There are still us mere mortals who don't take all these skill for granted. Maybe 'nerd' was a poor choice of words, but it was the best I could think of at the moment.
What good is TPDebrick when you've got a flat battery and can't get it to charge? Guess what I found over in the TPDebrick instructions?
NOTE: If you can hold Power+Home+VolUP for 30 seconds and see a big USB symbol,
then you SHOULD NOT do the following.
NOTE: Before attempting the following,
you should make sure that the failure to boot isn't due to
a faulty USB cable or charger.
NOTE: The following should be considered a LAST RESORT.
If the Touchpad isn't already "bricked",
then the following may very well "brick" it.