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oak:tutorials:troubleshooting [2016/08/10 14:38]
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oak:tutorials:troubleshooting [2016/11/19 19:05]
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-If you use the config app and get to the step where it displays your networks, it will show your version number at the bottom of that page. Any number greater then 0 means you'​ve ​successfuly ​installed the initial update.+If you use the config app and get to the step where it displays your networks, it will show your version number at the bottom of that page. Any number greater then 0 means you'​ve ​successfully ​installed the initial update.
  
 When connected to the Oaks AP - http:​\\192.168.0.1\system-version will return a number (404 Not Found means it hasn't updated). When connected to the Oaks AP - http:​\\192.168.0.1\system-version will return a number (404 Not Found means it hasn't updated).
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 **Restore access to the Oak / Safe Mode** **Restore access to the Oak / Safe Mode**
  
-If you have code that has caused your Oak to be unresponsive,​ you need to change which wireless network your Oak connects to, have an Oak that failed to register on Particle during its initial update or just want to tinker with  some of the deeper system configuration settings, safe mode is for you. It puts your Oak into a state where you can access it again just like you did when doing the initial setup, and also stops any buggy code from locking it up again. ​+If you have code that has caused your Oak to be unresponsive,​ you need to change which wireless network your Oak connects to, have an Oak that failed to register on Particle during its initial update or just want to tinker with  some of the deeper system configuration settings, ​[[/safe mode]] is for you. It puts your Oak into a state where you can access it again just like you did when doing the initial setup, and also stops any buggy code from locking it up again. ​
  
 To access safe mode: To access safe mode:
oak/tutorials/troubleshooting.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/03 00:14 by pfeerick