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  1. Just thought I'd let you know I got my Hudls up & running again - thanks for all the information here! I thought I'd share this detail as well for reference: Model number: Hudl HT753 Android version: 4.2.2 Kernel version: 3.0.36+ [email protected]#1 Thu Apr 24 15:38:48 BST 2014 Build number: JDQ39.20140424.153851 I guess 5 years is a long time in the world of IT, however I'm happy I now have usable devices for the kids on car journeys now! Hopefully there will be a way to ensure future functionality should I need to factory reset them again!
  2. Still struggling with these (I have 12!), thankfully I only factory reset 2, there are stuck in the update loop...
  3. If we knew what the expected response from hudl-v3-swarm2.uksouth.cloudapp.azure.com should be it would make things a lot easier...
  4. Hi chrisevilgenius - I agree, the site should have had more resiliency, especially given the reliance on it to perform factory resets! If you take a look at the history of outages it would probably make you think twice about using their services, they appear to have had daily outages! Good work on the Hudl 2, I was kind of hoping Tesco had turned the servers back on by now though! I'm a little upset to say the least as I have amassed a lot of spares and accessories for these devices, seems they are all now worthless...
  5. So I did a little digging after I factory reset my Hudl and it wouldn't complete setup (stuck at the "need a WiFi connection to continue"). It appears it's trying to communicate to device.mobile.tesco.com.trafficmanager.net, which in turn links to hudl-v3-swarm2.uksouth.cloudapp.azure.com. After a bit of research I found out that it looks like it's the Azure service is down. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/01/10/microsoft_uk_south_wobble/ It may not be Tescos doing after all?
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