JosephRPalmer

Removing Tesco Branding from Hudl

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I'm looking to buy a hudl in the very near future but the deciding factor is whether you can remove or switch off the Tesco branding on the navigation buttons, I don't mind the apps being installed, just the button. 

 

If anyone knows if there is a way to do this I would be very grateful for their help.

 

Thanks

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hi guys

in relation to your above link to removing the branding button

im stuck at 9 and 10

in relation to steps 9 and 10 in the link above  - excuse the noob questions ....

 

where do you do the ssh command - in which terminal session - on the phone or on the pc (with phone connected via usb) ?

I am doing it on phone (terminal app) and getting "ssh - not found"  - do I have to be within a certain directory when typing ssh command ??

is it just this command ? ssh [email protected]

or this

ssh [email protected] SSH Password: abc123.

 

I don't understand which of the above 2 commands to use?
..... and  what is IPADDRESS - is it actually "IPADDRESS" or is it a placeholder for example put 192.160.1.11 where it says IPADDRESS  - its not made clear ??

 

is "SSH Password: abc123." part of the command or for information ?

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Is there a way of pointing the button to something else instead of removing it?

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Just confirmed on my unit, Paul's hacked SystemUI.apk can be installed on v1.3  aka build JDQ39.20131016.200812.

 

No [T] button   ;)

 
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