Hudl Rooted

How to Root the Tesco Hudl

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  • That’s great Matt!
    Unfortunately my Hudl runs JDQ39.20131016.200812 :|
    Any chance to get “update” for this build please?

    marryd 16/01/2014 3:46 pm Reply
  • I can’t extract the zip it just says CANT OPEN FILE

    // / // _ /

    Jude Keir 21/01/2014 8:30 pm Reply
  • Do you need a special thing ???????????????????????????????

    Jude Keir 21/01/2014 8:34 pm Reply
    • Hi Jude, it should extract without issue. Try renaming it to hudl.zip or something along those lines. Some older ZIP applications have issues with the ‘.’ in the name.

      Matt 21/01/2014 10:36 pm Reply
  • Can you do this from the device

    Niall Ponsonby 10/02/2014 7:29 pm Reply
  • I have installed Ubuntu and when I plug in my hurl I get the connected msg on it but nothing on Ubuntu latest version and also when u press the reset pin with vol up held is the hudle on or off before hand what is parallels and what’s it for

    ian 18/02/2014 6:19 pm Reply
  • can you do a proper tutorial and nut just a step by step that a few people cant understand pls and where is the reset pin is it just tje power button

    Garidos 24/02/2014 9:45 pm Reply
  • can you plz make a vid on how to do this root thanks

    jim 12/03/2014 5:00 pm Reply
    • Jim, it’s so easy to root the Hudl. It took me two minutes. To root your Hudl simply hook up your Hudl to your P.C., run ADB driver installer on your P.C., then Kingo One Click Root. Then, manually install SuperSu and Titanium Backup and you can, if you wish, remove all the Tesco apps. I haven’t bothered as they are so unobtrusive.
      Now my Hudl is rooted I can play Super Mario 64 with a Sixaxis controller wirelessly.

      Nick 15/04/2014 11:32 am Reply
  • To root your Hudl simply hook up your Hudl to your P.C., run ADB driver installer on your P.C., then Kingo One Click Root. It works. Honestly. Manually install SuperSu and Titanium Backup and you are good to go.

    Nick 15/04/2014 11:25 am Reply
    • Absolutely it works, this tutorial however was written before there was an automated way to root the Hudl.

      Matt Bodell 15/04/2014 2:46 pm Reply

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