Firmware Update For Better Video Support
Before updating firmware
Not only has the codec support improved since the first test of the Modix player, but the HD3510 got a new user interface as well. Running the new firmware for the first time is easy; to do this, the firmware file must first be unpacked and copied to a directory on the hard drive. The file can only be detected by the player once audio playback is selected. The next steps are reminiscent of the flash process of a mainboard BIOS - selecting a file triggers a warning message, and pushing the play button starts the programming sequence. After rebooting, the Modix player logs on with the operating system.
Before updating the firmware
After updating: New user interface with better codec support
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