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Personally I had to run fastboot as root/sudo for fastboot to detect the device. I tried this on Linux as I don't own a Mac, but it's *NIX anyway ;)
These forums might be the most helpful. http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/ASUS_Eee_Pad_Transformer/How_to_install_Ubuntu/Ubuntu_Install http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/ASUS_Eee_Pad_Transformer/How_to_install_Ubuntu#Installing_Ubuntu
You might want to take a look at ScriptManager: Manage and execute shell scripts and programs in file system. All executions run over vt100 terminal accepting user input and esc codes (colors, bel, cursor movement ..) Run them at boot-up and/or on network status change possibility. Schedule at selected time. (cron jobs) Alternatively, Tasker can ...
You will need the Android SDK and your phone's appropriate drivers so you can use Fastboot ADB and pull the files manually. Here's how to get into Fastboot mode: Pull battery and reinsert Hold VOL DOWN, press and release PWR button (continue holding VOL DOWN) You should see a menu with the following options: Fastboot, Recovery, Clear Storage, and Simlock; ...
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