Automatic firmware updating
The following is a list of the recent firmware updates available along with a description of the main enhancements and fixes for each.Version 2.1.38 (ix4-200d) * Improves read-write speeds to NTFS-formatted external USB drives * Allows writes to HFS-formatted external USB drives * Fixes issue with device-to-device replication * Resolves issues with i SCSI, including fixing a bug with capacity reporting and problems caused by improper dismount of shares * Modifies default drive spin down behavior * Provides capability to update local hard disk drive Version 2.1.38 (ix2-200) * Improves manufacturing process – This update only affects how the ix2-200 devices are manufactured, and has no new functionality Version 22.214.171.12473 * Improves read-write speeds to NTFS-formatted external USB drives * Allows writes to HFS-formatted external USB drives * Fixes issue with device-to-device replication * Resolves issues with i SCSI, including fixing a bug with capacity reporting and resolving problems caused by improper dismount of shares * Modifies default drive spin down behavior Version 126.96.36.19998 -Improved folder permissions, including AFP -Fixed i SCSI segment length -Improved Video Surveillance integration -Fixed minor security issue with external USB devices -Improved Active Directory integration -Improved content indexing performance -Fixed an issue with RAID arrays -Improved performance when discovering multiple devices on network -Restricts thumbnails to files less than 15 megapixels Generally firmware revisions to the device itself isn’t data destructive meaning that you can upgrade your IX device without fear of losing any data to it.But anyway, I decided to download the repository manager and just see what I could get done.So I created a repository for the R610 and figured it would be nice to have the Server Update Utility combined with the Patches. After waiting for a couple of minutes I finally managed to start exporting the ISO.It's unknown at this time exactly what comes with the update, but it's likely smaller fixes and improvements.Back in February, Apple quietly rolled out a firmware update for Air Pods, the company's wireless earbuds.Patches can also circulate in the form of source code modifications.In this case, the patches usually consist of textual differences between two source code files, called "diffs".
If you've got questions let us know in the comments below!Yes I found a Windows update package but it won’t run, it craps out with an “this update package is not compatible…” error.So I figured why not try to download a bootable ISO that contains all the firmware for a Dell R610…. After another hour I figured out I needed to download the Dell Server Update Utility. When he's not bothering his chihuahuas, Mikah spends entirely too much time and money on Home Kit products. You can, however, check which version they're running.You can follow him on Twitter at @mikahsargent if you're so inclined. Update May 24, 2017: Apple has released firmware version 3.7.2 for the Air Pods.