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  1. Makes perfect sense - if they were all the same colour, or coming from the same area, it suggests a faulty manufactured batch. However, I think we've established its not the case.
  2. Mine is white. I think we've established that Hudl fault see no colour. I've updated our story.... http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2382075/tescos-hudl-2-tablet-doesnt-recognise-its-own-charger
  3. Software. If it was hardware, there'd need to be a recall. It's about the way that Pegatron have implemented the way Android recognises chargers. It was designed to stop people using the wrong charger. All it has actually done is p*ss people off! :)
  4. Hi, It's Chris at The INQUIRER again. I am trying to get some answers for you, but Tesco's press team are very slow at getting back. As soon as I know more, I will post again.
  5. Hi All - we've just updated the story with a quote from Tesco confirming that it is aware of the problem and will be rolling out a software update to fix affected tablets. I think that's an FTW right there. Oh yes. http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2382075/tescos-hudl-2-tablet-doesnt-recognise-its-own-charger
  6. Hi all - The Inquirer is listening. Not sure if I'm allowed to post links, so apologies if I've broken any rules, but we've taken up your case and we're awaiting Tesco to come back to us with a comment. Kind Regards, Chris Merriman Reporter The Inquirer dot net http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2382075/tescos-hudl-2-tablet-doesnt-recognise-its-own-charger
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