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About AstronomerDaz

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    hudl,Asus Transformer TF700
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  1. wpa_supplicant modification for ad-hoc wifi?

    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. wpa_supplicant modification for ad-hoc wifi?

    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 I had exactly the same problem!
  5. Cannot get RKTools17 to see Hudl

    AWESOME!!! Many many thanks!! Tis flashing away happily!!
  6. Cannot get RKTools17 to see Hudl

    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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