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    visited the audi today, after connecting my HAs the software showed a new FW for both HAs and the TV adapter.

    Anybody knows any specifics?

    Gonna take it over there on Friday...
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    Thanks for sharing. I didn't know. But I'm visiting my audi in early July to get the new HA firmware installed. I'll also make sure to get the TV Adapter 3.0 new firmware as well on the same visit. I've sent her an email to check on its availability.

    By the way, she told me that the OPN firmware is not available until end of June. It looks like your audi got it earlier than mine.

    Although my experience with the TV Adapter 3.0 so far has been positive, I've been finding that my OPNs seem to reboot randomly much more frequently now while streaming from the TV Adapter. Sometimes a few times a night. Not sure why. The reboot time is only a few seconds and once in a while so it's not really aggravating to me yet. The OPNs sometimes do reboot randomly while not streaming as well, but they seem to reboot more often during streaming with the TV adaptor.
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    i was on FW 2.0 the whole time and for some reasons those reboots happend at the beginning but not so much anymore recently, I now got 4.0 on the HAs, I only got one tinitus program right now, its a pink noise and not really doing much, I have a high pitch tinitus and don't seem to really benefit from it. was hoping for more. maybe those reboots will be taken care of with the TV adapter FW....
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    The newly released Genie 2017.1 has firmware updates for TV Adapter and OPNs (from 2.0 to 4.0). FittingLink can't be used; has to be Hi-Pro, Noahlink, or ExpressLink. With Hi-Pro USB, the OPN update takes 26 minutes wired. Note that devices (iPhone, TV Adapter, etc.) need to be re-paired after the update.
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    ^you know anything about the changes they made with the TV adapter apart from that?

    yeah wired update took like 3 minutes on mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chatteremail View Post
    With Hi-Pro USB, the OPN update takes 26 minutes wired.
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    yeah wired update took like 3 minutes on mine.
    Holy crap, 26 minutes wired on the Hi-Pro USB but only 3 minutes on the "whatever" Gery's audi uses? Wonder why there's such a big discrepancy?

    I remember last time on the 2.0 FW update it only took a few minutes at my audi's office, too. I wonder what she used?
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    not sure, but he sticked wires in the battery comparment of my HAs and those went to that neck loop thing which is also wireless and connects to the pc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gery_R View Post
    not sure, but he sticked wires in the battery comparment of my HAs and those went to that neck loop thing which is also wireless and connects to the pc.
    Pairing the aids with a TV streamer, doesn't necessarily mean a firmware U/G - the U/G process here on a fibre-connected PC is showing as 12 and a half minutes per side. I've told clients to expect a 30 minute wait or swapout while I get them sorted. Especially rubbish, 'cause your main fitting machine gets tied up for that time too.
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    I'm not 100% sure from Chatteremails post - does the TV adapter require a hardwired HiPro etc. input like the Opn's do, or can I use fittinglink Bluetooth to update it?

    How does one update the firmware in the TV adapter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketmahn View Post
    I'm not 100% sure from Chatteremails post - does the TV adapter require a hardwired HiPro etc. input like the Opn's do, or can I use fittinglink Bluetooth to update it?

    How does one update the firmware in the TV adapter?
    Very good question by Rocketmahn. The ONLY hardwire connection I see from the TV adapter that can support a FW upgrade is the micro USB port being used to power the TV adapter. But maybe there's a wireless connection between the TV Adapter and the FittingLink, too, I just don't know? Although almost all FW upgrades I've seen done in the past with any electronic devices have been via a hardwire.

    I asked my audi about getting the TV Adapter FW upgrade done at the same visit I'll be having for the OPN FW upgrade and she said sure, we can do both at the same time. But I don't really know if she actually knows what needs to be done for the TV Adapter yet, or she was just saying OK and worry about it later.
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