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How to download a console software update using a Wi-Fi connection

If your console is connected to wifi, you can do a software update quickly and easily with the push of a button.

You should make sure that you have a stable wifi connection and power supply before doing the update. If the connection or power drops out unexpectedly during an update, it may cause damage to your software or the console data storage.

 

Click here if you want to learn how to connect your console to a wireless network. 

Click here if you need to update your software using a USB stick instead.

 

In the console menu, use the arrow buttons to scroll through until you see the Update button. 

Press the “Update” button.

You can press the refresh button to see the newest version, if it is not already shown.

Press the Update button on the left of the screen.

If the software update was successful, you will see the following popup: 

Your console will then reboot automatically. 

It is very important that you do not restart SmartBench manually until the console screen tells you to do so. 

You will see a screen that says “Please restart SmartBench now”. 

Power cycle your machine using the main power button (this is now safe to do). 

Congratulations, you should now have up-to-date software on your console! 

We recommend regularly updating your console to keep up with the latest features and bug fixes. 

 

Click here if your software update was not successful, as you may be able to repair it yourself.


 

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Updated on Fri, 04 Jun 2021