Hey there, THE FULL STORY: I've had a Nexus 10 since launch, and have rommed it with Cyanogenmod, and when CM died, moved to Remix OS. Since then, it started flickering and randomly powering off, still with battery. Then one time, it powered off and I couldn't start it. I took the back off it (thanks, iFixit!) and removed and re-applied the battery and screen connectors. It then worked.. well, sort of. It booted straight into the stock bootloader, you know, with the android on it's back with its belly open, and from there when I tried to boot it into system, it went black for a few seconds, worried me, and then relaunched the bootloader. When trying to open up my recovery (TWRP), it did the same. I think as it boots into bootloader. that:should work (when connected to my Windows 10 PC, then I can boot into TWRP, and use ADB (does it work in TWRP?) to push the files onto the tablet, then use TWRP and flash them. I'm thinking of flashing either an old CM version or the LineageOS nightly - but also want your guys' help. What shall I do, and what ROM shall I use?
fastboot flash recovery <to twrp>
HOW I FIXED IT!:
Thanks to Golfdriver97, I followed a tutorial, which worked, but then came across a problem - touch wasn't working. So, I reconnected the connectors infront of the battery (thanks iFixit -link here) and it then worked. It's not any custom rom, it's just stock Android from the Nexus site.
Thanks again, Golfdriver97!
-Dan // pixelFlow