NVFlash acts as a safety net for developers and flashers alike. It makes a device practically un-birckable and a brick is an Android users worst nightmare. Today thanks to the team over at AndroidRoot.Mobi they have released their NVFlash they have been working on for a while. Asus and NVidia said they were trying to get a working NVFlash out to the public but couldn’t get past the legal troubles. Now that we have a working version developers and flashers will have a much easier time sleeping knowing their device will be safe. The process to get this all set up isn’t the easiest and you will need some knowledge of fastboot, and ADB but if you just follow this guide you should be all good to go.
What this means for the future of Tegra 3 devices is they will likely get much more support. This is only for the Transformer Prime but they did say they are working to get it on other devices. The AndroidRoot.Mobi team is a fantastic dev team and have done a lot for the Prime. This should help bring more development interest to Tegra 3.