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    Flashing image

    have tried updater duo4KSE man it says only Flashing image by usb ??? it doesn't update

    what do I do we it

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    Flashing image

    Use Image Manager to download the latest image and then flash the latest image you’ve downloaded using Image Manager also.


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    try to via USB Update

    only
    Flashing image is displayed


    need to recovery images from new

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    Dos your receiver boot into an image? if so, which image do you have on it now? Name and version number/date please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    Dos your receiver boot into an image? if so, which image do you have on it now? Name and version number/date please.
    just use blackhole 3. 1.0
    from 2021
    it a duo4kse

    it says flashing image
    and it doesn't go any further

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    Forget flashing by USB for now. Is there a way to flash an image in Blackhole? If not, install Full Image backup plugin. You can flash/install images with it. (Sorry, I'm on phone, so can't find link to thread easily.)

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    is there a LINUX COMMANDS that deletes the memory and resets duo4KSE so that it is completely ready again as new
    use putty now

    that is in displayed flashnig images

    update rootfs does not appear

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    An image includes Linux. So you can't delete the image at command line. That being said, you can flash an image by command line. But you have to

    If you still want to do it by command line, unzip the image that you want, Transfer it by FTP to the receiver, and then issue the command to start ofgwrite:

    init 4
    ofgwrite -r -k /folder_of_unzipped_image

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