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Thread: TM-Twin 4K (Revo 4K) Flash Problem

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    TM-Twin 4K (Revo 4K) Flash Problem

    Hi all;


    My friend has broken down his revo 4k.
    Receiver cannot open and No picture or sound on TV.
    I have been trying to update via usb stick and no action.

    I tried it with some different usb sticks which are under 8gb and fat32

    Blue light (stand by button) is on while flashing try out.
    Green light is active if I push blue button(stand by).

    I can not find any file or any idea how to repair this machine.

    I think flash is crashed and I need Dump file whatever Revo or TM-Twin 4K are.


    Thanks in advance.

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    Dear twol;

    I tried instructions many times you gave.
    In fact; I can change two of revo 4k and twin 4k before.
    Receier does not react to image in any way. Thats why I need to flash dump file.

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    Hi kamaxx
    I have flashed my Twin4k many times and the process that TWOL outlined does work. I guess you are missing step (6) PRESSING the STANDBY button Its quick on the screen and so easy to miss. Don't wait for it to show anything on the screen just after pwr on keep pressing the standby two or three times
    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by ross_37 View Post
    Hi kamaxx
    I have flashed my Twin4k many times and the process that TWOL outlined does work. I guess you are missing step (6) PRESSING the STANDBY button Its quick on the screen and so easy to miss. Don't wait for it to show anything on the screen just after pwr on keep pressing the standby two or three times
    Good luck
    Hi ross_37;

    There is no signal or any message on tv via HDMI.
    This is my arrangement;
    I plug my memory stick into usb slot and power on back schalter.So I push stand by button.Then Yellow light is on.Yellow light is off if I release stand by button.
    Meanwhile I realised that Yellow light is blinking if I push stand by button after 5 seconds or more delay.

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