OK there is a way of bypassing the serial check. Simply make sure that the Flash_signed.bat file ends up like mine below.
That will bypass the whole serial code issue weather it will work is another thing good luck. remember i can't and won't be held responsible if this causes a house fire!
P.S the nvflash section that ends at --reset normal 0 is one whole line
Just in case anyone still has these issues I'm going to post how I found a way to resolve them. I had all the problems mentioned in the previous posts and more besides. The inability to apply OTA updates, the device would freeze after 5 seconds of inactivity, endless boot loops, failed recovery partitions etc etc etc.
I tried a butt load of different solutions but none worked for me. What did work is described below. Others have already mentioned that Advent has a stock rom recovery utility, however, even after flashing that my problems still remained. So I downloaded the Advent stock recovery util and documentation and modified it slightly to the latest Android release for the Tegra Note 7.
Do as follows:
1 - Go adventcomputers.co.uk/product-download-select/296[/url] and download both the Advent Vega Tegra Note Factory Image (4.3) util and the documentation.
Hope it helps someone.
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