When performing Step2 it sees the 2010 firmware, i Cancel, remove USB-stick and erase, then put the other 2010 on the USB-stick.
Then i insert it in TV again but it says: No file available to upgrade
Situation: TV PS550B50, firmware 2009.0 Step 1, NO alternative firmware (greyed out)
Thanks for your fast reply but no, even a factory reset did not do the trick.juuso wrote:what if you reboot tv and repeat step2?
FYI After Cancelling the upgrade and removing the USB-stick, the TV exits the menu.
When inserting the USB-stick again with the new data i have to manually choose upgrade>USB and then it says: No File Available to Upgrade
Maybe it's a problem that i skipped Step1 ?juuso wrote:what if you reboot tv and repeat step2?
I had several firmware upgrades performed already and as stated in this guide it's not needed if you have 2009.0 as firmware even though it doesn't show alternative firmware?
Here you go...juuso wrote:Show your first screen of service menu where we can see current firmware and version...
RS-232 Jack: Debug
Wiselink WithOut DB: With DB
Wiselink Movie: On (but grey)
WiseLink: DLNA: On
Wiselink Write: On
High Devi: On
- I did NOT perform Step 1 because i already flashed my firmware and came to the state i described in the post above.
- Because i already have 2009.0 Step 1 and configured the TV like described above i thought i could skip Step 1
- So, like you said: it's logic there is no alternative firmware to show
- I made my last changes in March 2012, i am SURE i did several firmware upgrades, and i DO NOT remember deleting alternatives (why should I)
... Is there anyway to check the facts stated above before going to the next level?
... Somehow i think that the firmware i have now is modified and therefore must be capable to use Ex-link etc.
... This is where i stranded last time in March...