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Now your Arduino should be flashed with the new bootloader. If its not correctly installed read the instructions carefully and try again. For more help have a look here.
To check if the installation worked fine open "Devices and Printers" under Windows and right click through the menus as in the picture below. You can also see the HoodLoader2 version (2.0.3 in this case).
See this if your Arduino does not change the name even if it should be installed all correct.
# The easiest way to get information about your arduino # is to run the command below # and then plug in you arduino afterwards. # Make sure it is in bootloader mode (double tab reset) udevadm monitor --subsystem-match=usb --property | grep -E "REVISION|VENDOR|MODEL" # sample output: ID_MODEL_FROM_DATABASE=Uno R3 (CDC ACM) ID_VENDOR_FROM_DATABASE=Arduino SA ID_MODEL_FROM_DATABASE=Uno R3 (CDC ACM) ID_VENDOR_FROM_DATABASE=Arduino SA ID_MODEL=HoodLoader2_Uno ID_MODEL_ENC=HoodLoader2\x20Uno ID_MODEL_FROM_DATABASE=Uno R3 (CDC ACM) ID_MODEL_ID=0043 ID_REVISION=0205 ID_VENDOR=NicoHood ID_VENDOR_ENC=NicoHood ID_VENDOR_FROM_DATABASE=Arduino SA ID_VENDOR_ID=2341 # Use this to check all connected devices lsusb -d 2341: # 16u2 in bootloader mode example: Bus 003 Device 122: ID 2341:0043 Arduino SA Uno R3 (CDC ACM) # 16u2 running sketch example: Bus 003 Device 121: ID 2341:484c Arduino SA # To check if the connected device is a HoodLoader device # Plug your Arduino in and run: dmesg | tail # example output: [13129.089557] usb 3-10.4.4: new full-speed USB device number 122 using xhci_hcd [13129.195962] usb 3-10.4.4: New USB device found, idVendor=2341, idProduct=0043 [13129.195971] usb 3-10.4.4: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0 [13129.195975] usb 3-10.4.4: Product: HoodLoader2 Uno [13129.195979] usb 3-10.4.4: Manufacturer: NicoHood [13129.196258] usb 3-10.4.4: ep 0x82 - rounding interval to 1024 microframes, ep desc says 2040 microframes [13129.197168] cdc_acm 3-10.4.4:1.0: ttyACM0: USB ACM device # If you upload programs via AVR-Dude you can see the version number (might need verbose output): Found programmer: Id = "HL2.0.5"; type = S