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Thread: Please help me reflash stock and unroot back to Australian AT100

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    Question Please help me reflash stock and unroot back to Australian AT100

    Hello thanks for reading.

    I've searched but couldn't find anyone in my situation with an Australian tablet.

    A while ago I've rooted, changed the partition structure (I can't remember what), and flashed a new ROM and kernel - I want to reverse this.
    I'm desiring to do an extended warranty replacement at Dick Smith Electronics because there is dirt inside the screen that I can't clean.

    What do I do to reverse what I've done to my Australian tablet?

    ~

    Here's some relevant (I believe) details (happy to do stuff to get more details):

    "Advanced Partition Data" app reports:
    Name Device Number Size Label Filesystem Mount
    mmcblk0 179/0 15308MB
    mmcblk0p1 179/1 6MB SS
    mmcblk0p2 179/2 8MB LX
    mmcblk0p3 179/3 689MB AP ext4 /system
    mmcblk0p4 179/4 1008MB CC ext4 /cache
    mmcblk0p5 179/5 2MB MC
    mmcblk0p6 179/6 140MB UP
    mmcblk0p7 179/7 3024MB UA ext4 /data
    mmcblk0p8 179/8 10348MB DT
    mmcblk1 179/16 30604MB
    mmcblk1p1 179/17 30592MB p1 vfat /storage/sdcard2




    "Settings" - About Tablet says:
    Model number - AT100
    Android version - 4.1.2
    Kernel version -
    2.6.39-4-Balthesaur-V2.75
    pio@Balthesaur #5
    Thu Jan 17 21:55:35 MST 2013
    CPU - ARMv7 Processor rev0 (v71)
    Memory - 720 MB
    CyanogenMod version - Kuroikaze Shinka B25
    Build date - Thu Jan 17 14:30:13 MST 2013
    Build number - cm_tostab03-userdebug 4.1.2 JZO54K eng.pio.20130117.142815 test-keys

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    Fixed

    I fixed it myself.

    I found a backup I made with ClockworkMod and flashed that. It made the ROM stock, returned the recovery to normal, and is not rooted. From there I used the default recovery to reset to factory.
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