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firmware:ui_controller [2017/09/17 00:09]
Matthew Upp
firmware:ui_controller [2020/07/30 17:22] (current)
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-<wrap lo><​wrap em>If you received a Select Mini V1 or V2, black or white and the UI looks like the photo, do <wrap hi>​__NOT__</​wrap>​ update the firmware with any currently available firmware version. Some V1's & V2's, white or black do <wrap hi>​__NOT__</​wrap>​ use the same firmware as previous V1 & V2's. \\+<wrap lo><​wrap em>If you received a Select Mini V1 or V2, black or white and the UI looks like the photo, do <wrap hi>​__NOT__</​wrap>​ update the UI Controller ​firmware with any currently available firmware version. Some V1's & V2's, white or black do <wrap hi>​__NOT__</​wrap>​ use the same firmware as previous V1 & V2's. \\
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-If your Select Mini has UI Controller version 106.2 or similar pre-installed,​ do <wrap hi>​__NOT__</​wrap>​ use V1 UI Controller firmware which is any versions 33 through 42. \\+If your Select Mini has UI Controller version 106.2, 156.2, ​or similar pre-installed,​ do <wrap hi>​__NOT__</​wrap>​ use V1 UI Controller firmware which is any versions 33 through 42. \\
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-I know all that is a bit confusing and may not make sense to anyone other than myself. Basically if you have a Select Mini V2 or V1 that has the UI seen in the picture, don't update the UI/LCD Controller firmware. \\+I know all that is a bit confusing and may not make sense to anyone other than myself. Basically if you have a Select Mini V2 or V1 that has the UI seen in the pictures below/​adjacent, don't update the UI/LCD Controller firmware. \\
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 <wrap hi>//​Note:​ If you have trouble updating, please format microSD card or use another microSD card and try again. Try a microSD card that is 4GB or less formatted with FAT. The printer can be picky at which cards it will update from so try a few cards.//</​wrap>​ <wrap hi>//​Note:​ If you have trouble updating, please format microSD card or use another microSD card and try again. Try a microSD card that is 4GB or less formatted with FAT. The printer can be picky at which cards it will update from so try a few cards.//</​wrap>​
  
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 +===== UI Controller Firmware (lcd.bin) Update Process =====
   - Disconnect USB cable   - Disconnect USB cable
   - Copy the lcd.bin file to the micro SD card and put into printer while powered off   - Copy the lcd.bin file to the micro SD card and put into printer while powered off
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   - Delete lcd.bin from micro SD card if printer keeps restarting.   - Delete lcd.bin from micro SD card if printer keeps restarting.
  
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 ==== Troubleshooting ==== ==== Troubleshooting ====
firmware/ui_controller.1505606953.txt.gz · Last modified: 2017/09/17 00:09 by Matthew Upp