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Transmiter 1: FW upgrade was okay but speakers were not upgraded

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Tux
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Tux posted on Mon, Feb 17 2020 6:16 PM

Dear All,

I found on B&O web site the latest firmware version (15-01-18) for the BeoLab Transmeter 1.

I applied to my device.

Previous version was 192.5, now it's 204.1.

Firmware upgrade was done without any problem.

My system is:

Television BV7-55 -> BL Transmiter 1 (3 cables : front, surround and back)

- Front : 2 x BL18, FW: 189.8

- Surround : 2 x BL17, FW: 189.8

- Back : 2 x BL6000 via 2 x  BeoLab Receiver 1, FW: 204.1

None of the speakers, either BL17 or 18, have been updated. Remark: the BLR1 is already at the latest version.

I don't see any clue in the debug file why upgrade was not done (look at the end of this post).

Of course, I followed the guide provided with the upgrade. And I tried three times. Before the last one I powered off all devices for, at least, 60 real seconds.

Thanks for your help.

Tux


******************************************************************************************************************

FW version (file versions.txt):

Versions in zip-file:
wpl_tx:   1.1.4.5310 (FEP: 1.15a), (DSP: 0.60a), (SUMMIT: 0204-01)
BeoLab17: 1.1.5.6210 (FEP: 1.90a), (DSP: 1.96j), (SUMMIT: 0204-01)
BeoLab18: 1.1.5.6210 (FEP: 1.90a), (DSP: 1.96j), (SUMMIT: 0204-01)
BeoLab19: 1.1.5.6210 (FEP: 1.90a), (DSP: 1.96j), (SUMMIT: 0204-01)
BeoLab20: 1.1.5.6210 (FEP: 1.90a), (DSP: 1.96j), (SUMMIT: 0204-01)
BeoLabR1: 1.0.1.6211 (FEP: 1.00a),               (SUMMIT: 0204-01)

******************************************************************************************************************

Content of the debug file:

[00003084]Summit uart: Olympus FW Ver 204.1 (May 11 2017) Debug
[00006755]Summit uart:
ourceID = 9588
[00006766]Summit uart: DeviceID = 0x16,  BranchID = 0x02
[00006813]MEMSTICK SW update check starting 00004534 Total 00004534

[00006835]Summit uart: System Data CHECKSUM Error...Calling I2CSlaveWriteRelease()
[00006846]Error message from MCC 16 Seen since boot 1

[00006864]NumberOfSpeaker : 6
[00006880]WPL         : Event  0 received in state 0, new State 2

[00007176]DSP booting from FEP!
[00007387]WPL         : Event  2 received in state 2, new State 2

[00007513]WPL         : Event  5 received in state 2, new State 2

[00007529]Summit uart: CHECKSUM Error...Calling I2CSlaveWriteRelease()
[00013034]Summit beacon_cmd (time:5500) Status: 0x01

[00013060]Summit uart: Quality Hop Enabled
[00013420]Summit uart: SpeakerCount for Zone 0: 6
[00013456]Summit uart: Restoring Slave 0... succeeded
[00013491]Summit uart: Restoring Slave 1... succeeded
[00013527]Summit uart: Restoring Slave 2... succeeded
[00013560]Summit uart: Restoring Slave 3... succeeded
[00013599]Summit uart: Restoring Slave 4... succeeded
[00013635]Summit uart: Restoring Slave 5... succeeded
[00013651]Summit uart:  peakerCount for Zone 1: 0
[00013667]restore speaker configuration Status: 0x01

[00013678]Summit uart: SpeakerC5: 0
[00013689]Summit uart: SpeakerC5: 0
[00013726]master Mac Address            02 EA

[00013846]Speaker ID 0 Configuration: Mac Address                   02 EA

[00013857]FW Version                    189-8

[00013877]Speaker Mode=2 Slot=1  SpeakerDescription=0 BeoLab18

[00013999]Speaker ID 1 Configuration: Mac Address                   02 EA

[00014010]FW Version                    204-1

[00014027]Speaker Mode=2 Slot=2  SpeakerDescription=0 BeoLabR1

[00014149]Speaker ID 2 Configuration: Mac Address                   02 EA

[00014161]FW Version                    204-1

[00014177]Speaker Mode=2 Slot=3  SpeakerDescription=0 BeoLabR1

[00014285]Speaker ID 3 Configuration: Mac Address                   02 EA

[00014300]FW Version                    189-8

[00014316]Speaker Mode=2 Slot=4  SpeakerDescription=0 BeoLab17

[00014438]Speaker ID 4 Configuration: Mac Address                   02 EA

[00014450]FW Version                    189-8

[00014466]Speaker Mode=2 Slot=5  SpeakerDescription=0 BeoLab18

[00014595]Speaker ID 5 Configuration: Mac Address                   02 EA

[00014606]FW Version                    189-8

[00014623]Speaker Mode=2 Slot=6  SpeakerDescription=0 BeoLab17

[00014643]WPL_TX SW updating Speaker 0 Not done

[00014654]WPL_TX SW updating Speaker 1 Not done

[00014670]WPL_TX SW updating Speaker 2 Not done

[00014686]WPL_TX SW updating Speaker 3 Not done

[00014697]WPL_TX SW updating Speaker 4 Not done

[00014714]WPL_TX SW updating Speaker 5 Not done

[00014730]MEMSTICK SW update check completed 00007919 Total 00012453

[00014746]MCONF         : Event 21 received in state 0, new State 0

[00015008]MISSING_speaker info cleared

[00015027]WPL         : Event 10 received in state 2, new State 2

[00017579]Summit uart: SpeakerCount for Zone Quality Hop Disabled
[00017625]system_shutdown_cmd Status: 0x01

[00018161]MISSING_speaker info cleared

[00018182]Sense status, PL=0 TOSLINK=0 LINE=0 USBB=0 USBA=0 ATI=0 ALWAYSON=0 TESTMODE=OFF PL/Line Switch=POWERLINK, ASSOCIATED


 

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Tux
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Tux replied on Sat, Mar 21 2020 6:18 PM

Hi All,

It seems to be a very complex question!

I still did not find the anwser.

If you have any suggestion, feel free to write them.

Take care,

Tux

lawrencejmcook
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Hi Tux,

Isn’t the clue the CHECKSUM error?

It suggests that the file has been tampered with / corrupted.

Perhaps try a new download to a freshly-formatted USB thumb drive?

Lawrence
mbolo01
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lawrencejmcook:
Isn’t the clue the CHECKSUM error?

Looking in my logs, the checksum error is present too, each time, and I don't see obvious signs of reasons not to update the BL in Tux logs :-(

I did two sw updates since I have my BLs 18/19, for the latest update I think I had to start it twice to succeed but I honestly don't remember the details. I also used the procedure later on to change the TR1 settings. i.e. to turn it into a WISA Switch.

@Tux: It seems that you have done what has to be done to update your products, did you observe your BL lights while attempting to upgrade?

 

BS Moment, BS Core, BG 4002, BC 4500, BS1, BL18, BL19, BL8000 + RCV1, A6, M5, M3, A1, P6 (tks Botty), H5, TR1

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