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    Flashing AZBox Me/miniMe
    Be sure you have downloaded the right firmware from our downloadpage.
    Also, be sure that your AZBox (mini)ME is connected to the network.
    NOTE:
    In this tutorial, we will install OpenRSi, including the kernel, which you will find on our downloadpage, to boot-partition BOOT0. However, feel free to install it on any other partition of your choice.

    First step
    • Flip the powerswitch at the back of you AZBox (mini)ME.
    • Press the POWER button on you remote control.
    • If your display shows the message VFD Ready, hold the Volume+ key on your remote control, until an IP address is shown in the display.

    Installing the firmware
    • Open your favorite web browser, like Firefox/Chrome/IE, and type in the shown IP address.
      The following screen will be shown.






    • Click on firmware upgrade (BOOT0).







    • Click on Choosing File and select the Firmware file you have downloaded from our downloadpage and press OK.







    • After you have selected the firmware, click on the Upload button. The firmware will now be copied to your AZBox mini(ME). When this process is finished, a new webpage will appear.







    • Select the Reboot option and click the Flash button.
    • The AZBox mini(ME) will now be installed with the new firmware, using BOOT0. The installation will take just a few seconds, after which the AZBox (mini)Me will reboot and start with the new firmware.

    First boot
    • As soon as the display on your AZBox shows the message VFD Ready, press and hold the numeric key on your remote control, which corresponds with the boot-partition you installed the firmware on.
      So, if you installed the firmware on BOOT0, press 0. If you installed the firmware on BOOT1, then press 1. And so on.

    • Your AZBox will now boot from partition BOOTx, on which OpenRSi is installed.

    NOTE:
    Keep in mind that the receiver remembers what partition it booted from. So, next time you start your AZBox, it will start from that same partition.
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