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Root AsusTranformer TF101 and install ICS using CyanogenMod 9

WARNING: This can brick your device, if you don't know what you are doing, STOP here.

I used OneclickrecoveryV0.4.zip on my transfomer with ASUS ICS 4.0.3 build 9.2.1.24

From linux just install android sdk from google.
And then run adb commandlien tool from  SDK_FOLDER/platform/tools/adbunzip OneclickrecoveryV0.4.zipUse the EasyRecoveryV0.4.bat file as a reference, read all comments and execute all adb comnands from top to bottom.

Instructions for linux # INSTALL RECOVERY # ########################## # Next I'm going to 'push' the recovery file to your TF. # Ignore its screams of pain, the operation is quick. # Just wait a minute... adb push recoveryblob /sdcard/ # Now lets flash. # Please note that I'm not responsible for bricks or nuclear war! adb shell mv /data/local/tmp /data/local/tmp.bak adb shell exit # Going... adb shell ln -s /dev/block/mmcblk0p4 /data/local/tmp adb shell exit # Done! # Now lets reboot your TF! adb reboot # FLASHING # #####…

Installing multiple iso on a usb drive with Ubuntu

I'm using Multisystem to install multiple isos on a USB drive.

Download:
http://liveusb.info/multisystem/install-depot-multisystem.sh.tar.bz2

unzip and run:

sudo install-depot-multisystem.sh

This will install all required packages and multisystem. After this just run mutisystem from the Ubuntu menu.

MultiSystem allows you to boot your USB drive using QEMU inside Ubuntu to test that the drive is working before booting it on another machine.


reference:
http://www.pendrivelinux.com/multiboot-create-a-multiboot-usb-from-linux/