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update [2019/11/11 04:43]
neds [Firmware updating]
update [2019/11/12 00:27]
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 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 <WRAP half column> <WRAP half column>
-  * PRIME, PRIME 6+  * PRIME
   * EXTEND   * EXTEND
   * EXPAND ​   * EXPAND ​
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     * <id> is the device ID of your HDHomeRun unit. If you only have one HDHomeRun device on your network, you can use the ID "​FFFFFFFF"​. Do not use "​FFFFFFFF"​ if you have multiple HDHomeRun units on your network.     * <id> is the device ID of your HDHomeRun unit. If you only have one HDHomeRun device on your network, you can use the ID "​FFFFFFFF"​. Do not use "​FFFFFFFF"​ if you have multiple HDHomeRun units on your network.
     * <​filename>​ is the .bin firmware filename you downloaded from the previous step     * <​filename>​ is the .bin firmware filename you downloaded from the previous step
-  - For example, your command might look like this <​code>​hdhomerun_config 10411117 upgrade hdhomerun4_atsc_firmware_20190621.bin</​code>​+ 
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 +  * For example, your command might look like this <​code>​hdhomerun_config 10411117 upgrade hdhomerun4_atsc_firmware_20190621.bin</​code>​
  
 **Done:** Your HDHomeRun units should now be up to date. Go to http://​my.hdhomerun.com to check to see if there are green check marks by the version numbers for your devices. **Done:** Your HDHomeRun units should now be up to date. Go to http://​my.hdhomerun.com to check to see if there are green check marks by the version numbers for your devices.
  • Last modified: 2019/11/12 00:35