Install ClockworkMod Recovery On Your ASUS Transformer TF300T [How-To]


Install ClockworkMod Recovery On Your ASUS Transformer TF300T [How-To]

Transformer TF300T is cheaper Android device that comes with quad-core. If you’ve purchased the device and want to install custom ROMs, mods, tweaks, apply hacks, of course first you’ll have to install a custom recovery on your device. Thanks to XDA developer “XpLoDWilD”, who has released ClockworkMod custom recovery for ASUS Transformer TF300T.

Read on how to install ClockworkMod recovery on Transformer TF300T, but first keep in mind that the bootloader of your device must be unlocked, you can use this app to unlock the bootloader of your Transformer TF300T. Please use a Windows PC and Android SDK should be installed on your PC, you can follow this guide to install it. This recovery is just for ASUS Transformer model number TF300T, so don’t try it on any other model or device.

DISCLAIMER: Please proceed the below guide at your own risk, Android Egis will not be held responsible if your device lost data or get damaged following this guide.


Step #1: Download the latest version of ClockworkMod recovery from here and fastboot package.

Step #2: Unzip the downloaded fastboot zip file into C:\, you’ll get a folder named fastboot, then copy the downloaded recovery img into fastboot folder too.

Step #3: Turn off your Transformer TF300T.

Step #4: Reboot the device by holding down volume down and power button until you see a message saying “Press Vol. Up to enter RCK (5s)”, but you don’t press the volume up button, just wait until a menu appear on the device, then within 10 second press the volume down button once to navigate on USB icon, then press the volume up button to select and connect it to the PC using USB cable.

Step #5: Now open a command prompt on your PC.

Step #6: Enter following command to enter into fastboot folder:

cd c:\Fastboot

Step #7: Enter another command that will show device serial number, which means the device is successfully connected:

fastboot devices

Step #8: Enter this command to install recovery, you’ll get finished message once the img is installed:

fastboot -i 0x0B05 flash recovery recovery.img

Step #9: Once the installation is done, enter following command to reboot the device:

fastboot -i 0x0B05 reboot

That’s it, you’ve installed the ClockworkMod recovery on your tablet, now disconnect the device from PC. When you need to boot the device into recovery mode, turn it off and reboot by holding down Volume down and power button, when a message saying “Press Vol. Up to enter RCK (5s)” appear on the device, press volume up button and device will enter into recovery mode. That’s it, don’t forget to comment below.

Credited via: XDA

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  1. Mickey

    May 14th, 2013

    I don’t get the USB icon, I only get RCK, Android, and Wipe Data

    • Abdur Rehman

      May 15th, 2013

      i think you press volume button that take you in RCK mode, read the step carefully…….

      • hardly

        August 20th, 2013

        No. The USB icon is not there. There is RCK (recovery). Android, And Wipe Data.
        There is a message which says “Starting Fastboot USB download protocol” but the device is not listed in the output of the fastboot devices command.

        Read /that/ step carefully.
        (Basically just posting that so someone in the future looking for a solution to this issue doesn’t have to take the time to explain it. I’ll be on my way.)


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