2: Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro Business Edition 3: Firmware update i

2: Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro Business Edition 3: Firmware update i
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Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro Business Edition
Firmware update instructions
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Requirements
- USB flash/thumb drive formatted to FAT32/FAT format
- Firmware image (install.img) file
- PC/Laptop system with Miracast/WiDi connection
1. Enable USB port on ScreenBeam Pro Business Edition receiver
(The instructions are depending on the configuration of the receiver. See the full
User Manual for full details
http://www.actiontec.com/products/manuals/SBBE_UM_rev1.pdf)
- Connect to ScreenBeam receiver from your Miracast/WiDi system
- Open web browser and enter in http://192.168.16.1
- Enter in the credential (Default L/P: Administrator/WiDi)
- Go to Features tab, and select "Only allow firmware update" for USB Local Access
- Go to Firmware Upgrade tab, and select "Enable USB" for Firmware Update
- Make sure to click Apply and Save setting
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21: 2. Prepare the USB flash drive and start the update
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23: - Copy the extracted "install.img" file and "autorun" folder on to the USB thumb
drive main (root) directory
24: - Make sure ScreenBeam receiver is powered on and TV is showing "Ready to connect"
25: - Plug the USB thumb drive into the USB port of ScreenBeam receiver
26: - Wait for a few seconds and the upgrade will start on its own
27: - The udpate process takes about 2-3 minutes. When it's complete, the receiver will
reboot and the TV screen will return to Ready to connect state
28: - You may remove the USB flash drive
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