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New Firmware v1.9.1.30 - 7/7/16 Help updating

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Moshe Hagshur, Jul 8, 2016.

  1. Moshe Hagshur

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    hi all
    im trying to update for 7/7 firmware release
    nothing happens
    tried few different cards
    did all by the book
    this is not my first firmware upgraded and now the drone is not updating
    did someone have the same issue?
     
  2. The Editor

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    I have changed your thread title to something a little more descriptive than "new firmware"
     
  3. Dobmatt

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    What do you mean "nothing happens"? Are you sure the BIN file is for your bird? I did mine just minutes ago, went quickly and smoothly ...
     
  4. Moshe Hagshur

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    Hi all
    Just quick update
    DJI help me solve the problem downgrade to 1.8 and then upgrade to the latest version
     
  5. Dave Armbrust

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    I would like to have some help understanding the FW process on Inspire 1. It seems it was successful but I still would like to better understand the process. First of all the following is the results from WM610_FW_LOG_AB.txt

    ========== 2014.01.01 00:00:04 remo-con disconnect======
    Packet: WM610_FW_V01.06.00.40_Fcam.bin
    Upgrading ...
    Result: Success.

    ========== 2014.01.01 00:00:06 remo-con disconnect======
    Packet: WM610_FW_V01.09.01.10.bin
    Upgrading ...

    ========== 2014.01.01 00:00:06 remo-con disconnect======
    Packet: WM610_FW_V01.09.01.10.bin
    Upgrading ...
    Result: Success.

    ========== 2016.07.08 09:26:36 =====================
    Packet: WM610_FW_V01.09.01.30.bin
    Upgrading ...
    Result: Success.


    This was on a freshly formatted SD card which has never been used with the inspire before. What I find confusing it seems to show that in 2014 the camera? was upgraded to 01.06.00.40 and the aircraft was updated to 1.09.10.10, which did not finish and then again to 01.09.01.10 which did complete. This is a new T601 less than a month old so the 2014.01.01 is confusing. Also I do not understand where this is coming from since this was virgin SD card.

    Also I do not get any of the sounds or lights I expected to hear and see. All I get is a yellow flashing light. When I first got the Inspire I thought the FW update was not working and did not wait 25 minutes. Is this normal to not get any indication that it is updating or that it is done?

    After the update I have:
    App 2.8.4
    Aircraft 1.9.1.30
    RC 1.6.0
    Camera 1.8.1.00

    No mention of the battery. And that brings me to the last question. Do I have to do this 25 minute update for each and every battery I own? I am about to buy a new battery, will I need to update the battery when it comes in?

    I will post another message with the hidden files and the errors messages it contains.
     
  6. Dave Armbrust

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    While 1.9.1.30 does seem to be successful there are lots of error messages in other files, BTW I do have an OSMO handle and use the X3 on both the Inspire and the handle. I added the color and emphasis to help understand the files. Red indicates what I would consider unusual for an update.

    The OSMO_FW_PROGRESS file contains:

    Last login: Fri Jul 8 10:22:24 on ttys000
    Daves-iMac:~ davearmbrust$ /Volumes/Inspire\ FW/MISC/LOG/OSMO_FW_PROGRESS ; exit;
    -bash: /Volumes/Inspire FW/MISC/LOG/OSMO_FW_PROGRESS:
    cannot execute binary file
    logout
    Saving session...
    ...copying shared history...
    ...saving history...truncating history files...
    ...completed.
    [Process completed]


    from OSMO_CAM_VERSION
    Last login: Fri Jul 8 10:27:06 on ttys000
    Daves-iMac:~ davearmbrust$ /Volumes/Inspire\ FW/MISC/LOG/OSMO_CAM_VERSION ; exit;
    /Volumes/Inspire FW/MISC/LOG/OSMO_CAM_VERSION: line 1: ?A??:
    command not found
    logout
    Saving session...
    ...copying shared history...
    ...saving history...truncating history files...
    ...completed.
    [Process completed]

    Next I will post the WM610_FW_LOG_AB.txt file.
     
  7. Dave Armbrust

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    The 1.9.1.30 from 1.9.1.10 upgrade data from WM610_FW_LOG_AB.txt part 1.


    [00007509]========== 2016.07.08 09:26:36. boot(15) ============
    [00007564]Packet
    [C:\WM610_FW_V01.09.01.30.bin] detected, card sn [0x70c158b0].
    [00007615]Packet upgrade start...

    [00007677]Packet checking...
    [00007755]Packet vlink 01.09.0130 <-> 01.08.0100.
    [00007804]Record vlink 01.09.0110 <-> 01.08.0100 (flow = 0).
    [00007851]Done.

    [00007907]Version checking[1]...
    [00007971][08 00][00] v2.14.9.42 -> v2.14.9.42
    [00008019][01 00][00] v2.65.5033 -> v2.65.5033
    [00008093][01 01][00] v2.65.5033 -> v2.65.5033
    [00008271][03 05][00] v34.1.0.5 -> v34.1.0.5
    [00008366][03 06][00] v2.4.20.18 -> v2.4.20.18
    [00008432][04 00][00] v1.29.0.92 -> v1.29.0.92
    [00008570][05 00][00] v3.0.6.2 -> v3.0.6.2
    [00008681][09 00][00] v3.0.0.4 -> v3.0.0.4
    [00008786][11 00][00] v3.9.0.0 -> v3.9.0.0
    [00008886][12 00][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00008985][12 01][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00009086][12 02][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00009186][12 03][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00009354][15 00][00] v1.1.2.0 -> v1.1.2.0
    [00009448][17 00][00] v1.1.0.6 -> v1.1.0.8
    need upgrade.
    [00009587][17 01][00] v2.0.1.6 -> v2.0.1.6
    [00009650][19 00][00] v1.0.8.96 -> v1.0.8.96
    [00009696]Done.

    [00011774]
    Waiting for user confirm...
    [00021850]
    Timeout, start upgrade automatically.

    [00021945]Firmware upgrading[1]...
    [00022006][17 00] Firmware upgrade start...
    [00063798][17 00] Firmware upgrade finished successfully.
    [00063845]Done.

    [00063893]Version checking[2]...
    [00063954][08 00][00] v2.14.9.42 -> v2.14.9.42
    [00064003][01 00][00] v2.65.5033 -> v2.65.5033
    [00064054][01 01][00] v2.65.5033 -> v2.65.5033
    [00064140][03 05][00] v34.1.0.5 -> v34.1.0.5
    [00064220][03 06][00] v2.4.20.18 -> v2.4.20.18
    [00064294][04 00][00] v1.29.0.92 -> v1.29.0.92
    [00064380][05 00][00] v3.0.6.2 -> v3.0.6.2
    [00064440][09 00][00] v3.0.0.4 -> v3.0.0.4
    [00064540][11 00][00] v3.9.0.0 -> v3.9.0.0
    [00064640][12 00][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00064740][12 01][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00064840][12 02][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00064981][12 03][00] v1.11.0.0 -> v1.11.0.0
    [00065894][15 00][00] v1.1.2.0 -> v1.1.2.0
    [00065961][17 00][05] v1.1.0.8 -> v1.1.0.8
    [00066081][17 01][00] v2.0.1.6 -> v2.0.1.6
    [00066150][19 00][00] v1.0.8.96 -> v1.0.8.96
     
  8. DodgeP

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    The battery shouldn't take 25 minutes to update.. I should take more like <5 mins.
     
  9. Highrpm955

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    I don't this one takes a battery update.