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Firmware Upgrade Path?

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Hello,

 

I just received my new tetra and immediately upgraded to 2.4.1, however it seemed to have some stability issues so I flashed back to factory_default.bin and attempted to upgrade to 2.4.0. The tetra has been sitting with a steady yellow light now for about 15 minutes with no sign of rebooting.

Is there some specific upgrade path I need to take from the factory_default.bin? Should I flash 2.2 first, then 2.3, etc?

 

Also on a related note, what does everyone feel is the most stable recent firmware revision?

 

Thank you.

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Hey Pork, I am having the same issue, can you tell me where you got the factory default bin, and how you used the serial cable to start the httpd server please, 

thanks in advance. 

 

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3 hours ago, skibo187 said:

Hey Pork, I am having the same issue, can you tell me where you got the factory default bin, and how you used the serial cable to start the httpd server please,  

I would try the recommended method first of doing the Firmware recovery via uboot.  https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery

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Thanks Pork, so did you get it to work back again, mine seems all jacked now!!!! Hak5 has really been a let down, and I been with them since the Mark 5 get introduced. 

 

1. I am not able to scan any network around me ( in other words pick up any) it just throws me an error. 

Tetra issues #1.png

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