BlueMoonRising

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About BlueMoonRising

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  1. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Brick? Recovery not working   

    Lol, sorry, it means you fixed it.
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  2. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Brick? Recovery not working   

    Glad you got it sorted, your English is excellent by the way.
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  3. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Brick? Recovery not working   

    If you've got the Xolo update.zip in the root of your phone you can get into recovery. Turn the phone on holding power & volume. When you see the droidboot, release your fingers and then hold power & tap volume +. You'll see a menu. Select recovery, clear the cache and then update from external storage.
    http://www.modaco.com/topic/360586-boot-in-to-stock-recovery-mode-orange-sandiego-intel-az210a/
     
    If you can't get it up and running from there then try http://www.modaco.com/topic/359286-xolo-software-update-available/page-2 and read EVERY step.
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  4. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic How to root your Hudl 2   

    Do you not need Intel Android drivers installed? https://software.intel.com/en-us/android/articles/intel-usb-driver-for-android-devices
    Have you enabled USB debugging on the device itself?
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  5. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Hudl 2 rooted!   

    Yes to your question, you could also flash Windows on to it in all probability.
    It also allows you to remove the bloatware and Tesco's apps.
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  6. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic [NEW! San Diego root/unroot kit for *Windows*]   

    I was just going to reply to your PM but here will do. What exactly have you done and what were the error messages (if any)?
     
    BTW, I've just ordered (and started to receive) bits to make up a brand new PC for myself so if I don't answer for awhile you know why ;)
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  7. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Tesco announces the hudl2   

    Having been stung by Intel & Orange with an Orange San Diego (which was promptly abandoned on ICS) I'll hold off with anything bar a desktop that says "Intel Inside".
    Early indications are that it is very laggy although full reviews may show different.
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  8. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic With the demise of Phones4U, what now for the high street?   

    Sadly, just "800 people who work in Phones 4U concessions at its Currys and PC World stores" out of a total of 5,596 jobs.
     
    And after they combined to kill them off :- 
    Potentially, just their database?
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  9. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Battery wanted   

    I really doubt you're going to get a ready wired one, perhaps you could ask around work and friends for someone who's got experience with fine soldering?
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  10. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic We're giving away a OnePlus One (or maybe two!) with Brightattic   

    Wow, over 10,000 new entrants in the last 7(?) days or so.
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  11. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic We're giving away a OnePlus One (or maybe two!) with Brightattic   

    I tweeted it at 8:33AM this morning and it was fine, have you got an adblocker activated?
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  12. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Re-root after 37MB updated.   

    You need root.
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  13. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic Battery wanted   

    Back when the OSD was new I did find a battery listed for it that "may" have had the leads ready soldered.
    After a quick Google I surprisingly found it too http://www.modaco.com/topic/360018-what-happens-if-the-battery-dies-after-a-year/?p=2071303
    The OSD is still listed but there's no indication of what it looks like (presuming there was in the first place :) ). I'd have thought it would be just a generic battery of the right type and size with no leads attached however.
     
    Please note that I've never tried these guys so don't know how reliable they are.
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  14. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic help,after a year use osd turn off with no reason   

    It shouldn't cause any problems short of not lasting as long as an original battery in good condition.
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  15. BlueMoonRising added a post in a topic help,after a year use osd turn off with no reason   

    Sorry you couldn't get it sorted, if we'd been in the same area I'd have offered to solder it for you (or attempt it anyway ;) ).
     
    My son got a new contract phone yesterday to replace his faulty (battery charging problem) Galaxy S2. He went for the Sony Xperia M2 and it's awfully tempting...
    My OSD may be running hotter than it used to, I may start playing more games to hurry it up before speaking to the wife about a very early Xmas present.
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