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I wiped some Chromebooks, but instead of enrolling, I logged in. Now it won't go into developer. 0 Recommended Answers 1 Reply 53 Upvotes
Last edited 5/13/19
I was re enrolling about 40 enterprise managed school chromebooks. Students were helping. We forgot a step.
Here are the steps we normally follow:esc + refresh + powerctl + dGo through developer modeGet through internet settings and put in wifi passwordTHIS IS THE STEP WE FORGOTctl + alt + e to enter enterprise enrollmentWE JUST LOGGED IN USING THE ENTERPRISE LOGIN INFO
Realizing what we had done, I stopped the students and hand them go back to start the process again. However, the Chromebooks will not allow us to go into developer mode. Does anyone have a fix other than making a bunch of recovery sticks?
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