On Sat, Jun 27, 2020 at 03:03 PM, <zeccax@...> wrote:
Here's the mistake.. I made a factory reset thinking I was able to set the explore scientific default values on WiFi cause it was still connected. At the first set command putty wasn't responding and now I'm stuck.Hi Filippo,
Your system is not bricked. Tell me exactly where did you get the information you used to do all these changes, then I can understand where you issued the factory reset as you called it. I have a good idea what you did, but I want you to describe to me specifically so that I am sure we are on the same page. If what I suspect is true, I can direct you to how to correct the issue.
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