Paulli wrote:Hi !
I have upgraded my BV7000 Pro to this version, it has not fixed my A2DP Bluetooth problems.
I might add something to the guide : if you are on Windows 10, the driver installation is not really straightforward. There is a tutorial here : https://forum.xda-developers.com/elepho ... 4-t3267033
Furthermore, I haven't add to push any buttons on my phone to install the firmware : shut it down, connect the cable at the phone end, hit "download" on the software and only then connect it the pc end. It enabled me to recover a soft-bricked phone ( I had interrupted the process during to deselect userdata but the phone would not boot after completion.)
Beware that this will completely wipe your phone as I wasn't able to flash it conserving the userdata partition.
Here's hoping Android 7 will come soon.
Marco-66 wrote:Dongermon wrote:Holefighter wrote:Same issue
you dont update it via OTA, either flash it by my guide or use the local updates option
Could you let us know how to use the local updates as I was unable to do it ?
Dongermon wrote:settings>about phone>Wireless Update>tap the three dots>Local Update>Internal Storage>Download, then select the downloaded update
Marco-66 wrote:Dongermon wrote:settings>about phone>Wireless Update>tap the three dots>Local Update>Internal Storage>Download, then select the downloaded update
Thanks, I know this .... could you read my previous post, in other words if the file is .gz is not seen, if it is renamed to .zip it is seen by local updates but at the end there is no upgrade done .... suggestions ?
EDIT : it seems to me that when BV release a "Flash ROM" the only way to upgrade is to use the flash_tool.exe, the local update is not working.