CaptainMidnight

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About CaptainMidnight

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  • Your Current Device(s) hudl1/2, HTC One S, M8 Box

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  1. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic [Guide] How to backup and successfully restore the system partition.   

    I can't see why they wouldn't work ....... but bare in mind, to re-install such backups your hudl2 would have to be able to boot enough for adb to work - otherwise even though you have a nandroid backup you won't be able to restore it.
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  2. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    Good stuff.
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  3. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic driver mtp   

    Suggest you take it back to the shop / or report as a fault to Tesco Tech Support and they'll end up sending it back to be checked and re-imaged at their hudl2 support unit - job done - delay approx 7 working days.
    :ninja:
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  4. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Stock Hudl ROM for RKTools [updated: latest available ROM 20131016.200812]   

     
    You need to read through a couple of the top posts on the hudl2 forum and you'll find all the info you need.
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  5. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    Did you read the posted link?
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  6. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Easiest Way to Root Hudl 2 running latest update/software   

    If you don't mind me asking exactly what steps did you follow ...... and what form did the soft brick take?
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  7. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    Well at the end of the day, you'd be able to reflash the entire original hudl via the bootloader mode and the windows software found here if it goes wrong.
    (http://www.modaco.com/forums/topic/372551-stock-hudl-rom-for-windows-rktools17-latest-available-rom-v131-build-jdq3920140424153851/)

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  8. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    Yeah I was talking about the last time you factory reset as well. 
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  9. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    Sorry don't have a scooby why your wifi wouldn't work after / if you did a factory reset - never come across that before and I've factory reset a fair few original hudl's.
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  10. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    http://ttselectrical.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3569/~/performing-a-hardware-factory-restore-on-your-hudl
    Try the above for a factory reset via the recovery mode (straight from the horses mouth - Tesco Support) 
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  11. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Forgotten Password   

    After so many missed tries do you get a 'Forgotten Password' prompt appear?
    If not have you tried reseting via the Google website (as long as your hudl has internet access)?
    Just standard suggestions  ... final option always would be to factory reset but unless you have backed-up your data it'll be lost.
     
     
     
     
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  12. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic hudl 2 in bootlooder plz help me   

    That means you're probably changed items in the system partition prior to the mess your in and the ota update is failing consistency checks. You'd have to edit the ota script to remove the checking section.
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  13. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Update fails following Factory Reset   

    Here's the example of how to bypass the forced update for a first time install. Previous update sent via my phone so couldn't easily find/add the link.
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  14. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Update fails following Factory Reset   

    Not necessarily  if you do a search for breaking out of the forced hudl2 initial setup process.
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  15. CaptainMidnight added a post in a topic Hudl 2 root help   

    Don't really understand why you'd ask that after reading the link provided above? Nothing's  impossible but unlikely if you follow the instructions ....
     
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