I recently downgraded the firmware of my WD TV Live Media player. The firmware 1.01.24 doesn’t work with iso-files verry well so I decided to downgrade the firmware to 1.01.17. The firmware 1.01.24 doesn’t work with iso-files verry well so I decided to downgrade the firmware to 1.01.17.
Right-click on the file and extract the contents in the folder. Copy the files to the USB device connected to the computer. Safely remove the USB device from the computer and connect it to the WD TV media player. Choose the new firmware on the TV. You can update and complete the installation.
After restarting, the system automatically enters firmware upgrade mode.Once the update process is completed, the WD TV Live HD Media Player will restart again. Once the WD TV Live HD Media Player restarts, the new firmware is automatically loaded and the WD TV Live HD Media Player is …
Press HOME, and then select the Settings bar. Select the firmware upgrade icon, and then press ENTER. You are prompted to perform the firmware upgrade. * When done, the WDTV (system menu “About”) will report the correct firmware version, not the “fake” version in “wdtv.ver”
I have a WD TV Media Player model WDAAP0000NBK. I’d like to downgrade my firmware to see if I can solve a problem of files turning into folders. I’m lost to where to find the old firmware files. Can someone please point …
Unzip the file… To Downgrade 2.02.32 firmware to 2.01.86: Insert a blank USB Flash Drive into your PC. Download the previous 2.01.86 firmware here: http://download.wdc.com/wdtv/wdtvlivegen3_rollback_2.01.86.zip Unzip the files to the root of the USB key. Power on your WDTV Live.
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