AstronomerDaz

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About AstronomerDaz

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    hudl,Asus Transformer TF700
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  1. No. I have a telescope that has the ability to be controlled by a app on the Hudl. I tap an object and the telescope moves to the right part of the sky. The gadget that connects to the telescope produces an ad-hoc network, and this is what I need to connect to.
  2. Nope. The ad-hoc I want to connect to is not a PC based one.
  3. Hi all Am I correct in thinking that I need to (somehow) modify the wpa_supplicant file to allow the hudl to see ad-hoc networks? I am about to start playing with ubuntu and rkkitchen to see if I can unpack the ROM.... Very much unknown territory!! Thanks Daz
  4. Donny - see my thread here http://www.modaco.com/topic/369015-cannot-get-rktools17-to-see-hudl/ I had exactly the same problem!
  5. AWESOME!!! Many many thanks!! Tis flashing away happily!!
  6. HI all First post - and hey, it's a problem question wouldntchaknow! So I have a hudl that I am trying to get to work with ad-hoc networks. I have an app on the device (SkySafari) that I can use to connect to a telescope to give Go-To instructions and point the telescope at objects in the night sky.... Great for kids and outreach, but the gizmo on the 'scope produces an ad-hoc network.... Anyway, I have rooted the device OK, but have been trying to get a custom ROM installed to see if these will allow ad-hoc networks to be connected, but I cannot get RKTools17 to see the device at all. I do the reset-vol+ trick and my 64-bit Win7 lappy recognises the device and makes the USB ping noise, and I can see the RockUSB device in Device Manager. RKTools, however, refuses to turn box 1 green - it refuses to turn any box green!!! I have USB debugging turned on, have tried different ports, different cables - all with the same result!! Any suggestions from the land of experts?? Thanks Daz

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