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HDR-2000T

hdr2000t_upgrade.hdf

Software Details & Release Notes
- Application version : UKTFAC 1.01.16
- Loader version : UKTFAC 1.04
- System id : 80BC.7E10
- Update Date : 12 AUG 2015
- Micom version : 12.4

Release Notes:
-. Reboot issue when changing the broadcast CH from IP CH is fixed

IP Software Update (TV Portal)
- If you have your product connected to the Internet then it will automatically update when you next power on from standby.

Previous Version (UKTFAC 1.01.13)
Release Notes:

- Updated WiFi Drivers

Previous Version (UKTFAC 1.01.06)
Release Notes:

- RF Loop through now enabled in standby when Power Saving mode switched OFF
Menu > Settings > Power Management
- Recording improvements on BBC Three and Four
- Improved rebooting issues when Content Share switch on.
- Fix Red button service on Russia Today (Channel 135)
- Support for Humax Mobile Remote App:
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.humaxdigital.mobile.remotephone
IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/humax-remote/id669319570?mt=8

Update Instructions
- Power OFF the product by removing the mains lead from the rear, or switching off at the power socket
- Download and extract the ZIP file, save the software and save on a USB Pen*
- Make sure the filename is hdr2000t_upgrade.hdf
- Insert the USB Pen to the front or rear USB port on the product
- Power ON the product
- Immediately press (or continually tap) the channel down button on the front "V"
- The download should start and the download progress should appear on the TV set; allow 5 minutes for the update to complete.
- When the update is complete "Download Successful will appear on the TV.
- Remove USB Pen and press the standby button.

Warning: During the update process DO NOT power off the product.

Note: USB Pen must be formatted in FAT32
The software must be on the root directory of the USB Pen (i.e. not saved in a folder)
If the update does not start then please make sure the filename is correct (hdr2000t_upgrade.hdf)
The file you download will already have the ".hdf" extension, there is no need to add the ".hdf" extension; your Windows explorer options maybe hidding filename extensions.
Not all USB Pens will be recognised, try a different USB Pen.

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