Originally Posted by george.talusan
1. Boot your computer into Linux (I hope you or a friend have it installed)
Having to have Linux to undo this is so far beyond being reasonable that I'm having a hard time believing that Kobo understands that it is selling consumer grade electronic devices.
I almost forgot... Not having a Glo, is it true that Kobo has removed the ability to do a hardware factory reset from the Glo? That you have to have a functioning Glo in order to do a factory reset?
What recent experience could possibly lead Kobo to believe that this was a good idea? The square-dancing bug?