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    MMW 73 - Bandwidth now included...


    James (@nortools) and I are proud to present the MoDaCo Mobile Week 73 - Bandwidth now included...

    ...sharing our views about the news in this week's mobile world!

    In this weeks ~1 hour edition, converted from our live MoDaCo Mobile Week On Air broadcast, we're talking about...

    • Moments
    • G3
    • Moto E
    • M8 Ace
    • Camera shoot-out is out. Any surprises?
    • Google demos some more Android Wear stuff
    • Apple + Beats
    • Asus might actually release something

      You can get the podcast in the following ways:

      • Direct download from the downloads section of the site
      • Via iTunes (search for MoDaCo!)
      • Via RSS with enclosures - simply add the feed to the reader of your choice
      • Your feedback is really valuable and will tell us whether it is worth our while to continue running the podcasts! Do you listen? What do you like? What do you not like? Please leave your feedback in the comments below, you can also rate us on iTunes!

        You can now leave us voicemail messages for us to include in the podcast!

        Call us up on 01379 888206 (from inside the UK) or 0044 1379 888206 (from outside the UK) and we'll do our best to include your message / answer your question!


        Or download in MP3 format...

        As this podcast was broadcast 'On Air', you can also view the show via YouTube below.


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    • Have you heard anything back from Tescos? They haven't yet responded to me.
    • I've just found this thread via google and signed-up as I have a similar experience. Tesco mobile can be messaged via their Twitter page: https://twitter.com/tescomobile My Mother's Hudl was a bit messy with too many apps and I did a factory reset for her, and hit this same brick wall.  Perhaps they coded the setup wizard to ping Tesco servers instead of something generic, which was very short-sighted if so.  Anyway same problem, can connect to WiFi but it will not complete.  I found an original support page, which seems to confirm this.  In the "Perform a factory reset" section has the following message: Please note: If you factory reset the device while the Hudl services are down, the device will stay on a loading screen until the services are back online. https://techsupport.tesco.com/retailcustomer/hudl/hudl28-inch/index.html#l=trcust&lHsim=trcust&d=hudl/hudl2%208-inch&s=LCX_Root&loc=tescoretail   So it does seem that by switching off these servers, Tesco has officially killed the Hudl 2.    There is a rooting process, but it's quite involved and not worth the time for me. 

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