To connect to network simply use Google Home to set up the device.
If that doesn't work.....
Just reflash the Eureka with a USB drive.
(You will need the powered OTG cable and the Eureka image on a USB drive.)
It should reflash Eureka and even if the screen is not working the Telnet and web server built into Eureka should.
Reading recovery parameters Looking for mods on /dev/sda1 Clearing OTAs Copying /usr/share/flasher/remove-ota to /tmp/tmp.fHBXJT Flashing mod at /tmp/tmp.fHBXJT Mounting cache (mtd4) at /tmp/tmp.ZQ5ch8 Removing temp-ota.zip and ota.zip from cache partition (/tmp/tmp.ZQ5ch8) Unmounting /tmp/tmp.ZQ5ch8 Removing temporary mod directory /tmp/tmp.fHBXJT Mounting /dev/sda1 to /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ Removing old temporary directories Using runtime directory /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ/flashcast-data/6 Opened log file /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ/flashcast-data/6/log.txt Created large temp directory /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ/flashcast-data/6/tmp Found eureka_image.zip, using Extracting /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ/eureka_image.zip (zip) to /tmp/tmp.rWXZDA Archive: /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ/eureka_image.zip inflating: boot.img inflating: imager.sh inflating: recovery.img inflating: system.img Flashing mod at /tmp/tmp.rWXZDA EurekaROM-44433.001: Imager.sh now running EurekaROM-44433.001: Flashing Kernel... Flashing ./boot.img to kernel (mtd2) EurekaROM-44433.001: Flashing Recovery... Flashing ./recovery.img to recovery (mtd6) EurekaROM-44433.001: Flashing System... Flashing ./system.img to rootfs (mtd3) EurekaROM-44433.001: Script Finished! Removing temporary mod directory /tmp/tmp.rWXZDA Flashing succeeded Rebooting Removing large temp directory Unmounting and removing /tmp/tmp.EsohJQ
You shouldn't be using Flashcast first off...
Use the Eureka Image from the Hubcap release.
All you need to do is put the USB into the OTG (with Power) and plug it into the unit after Power and USB is connected.
The unit should eventually flash white if the flash is working. If you look at the screen, you should see the page that says it is flashing.
That should put Eureka on the device. Once it is there, connect it to the Network if it doesn't connect automatically with Home.
I'm pretty sure you need to have setup the network in order for Autoroot to work since it downloads the package from the network.
If you can't even get a screen using the Hubcap Eureka image then the unit is probably faulty.
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