Firmware Updates

Update your PIRATE  MIDI device to add features, fix bugs, and more.

SANDBOX

Desktop Configuration App

Sandbox is the PIRATE  MIDI desktop editor for configuring your hardware devices. Currently in final development. Open Beta test available very soon!

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Most people have a complicated relationship with MIDI. It's great when it works, but can be really overwhelming (we know - we've been there!).
We set out to solve that problem. As much as possible, we're removing the "numbers" side of MIDI control. We want to help you think less, and create more.

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Updated: 22/12/2021

Open Beta

v1.1.0 BRIDGE6 & BRIDGE4 Firmware

Firmware v1.1.0 fixes bugs and adds many new features to your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4. Open Beta means there may be bugs and the version may not be ready to be relied on in a critical situation.

Details & Instructions

Firmware v1.1.0_beta8 Release Notes

New Features:
- Copy and Paste for footswitch configurations
- Copy and Paste for bank configurations
- A bank can be assigned as the template bank for quick configuration
-Switch groups for assigning multi-switch related behaviour
-Footswitches capable of a Primary and Secondary action

-"Smart Messages" for custom events and control:
- Turn on switch
- Turn off switch
- Toggle switch
- Reset sequential step
- Go to sequential step
- Increment sequential step

- Decrement sequential step
- Queue sequential step
- Queue next sequential step
- Reset scrolling value
- Go to scrolling value
- Increment scrolling value
- Decrement scrolling value
- Queue scrolling value
- Queue next scrolling value
- Bank up
- Bank down
- Go to bank
- Increment EXP step
- Decrement EXP step
- Go to EXP step
- TRS switch out
- TRS Relay out

- Menu navigation has a breadcrumb trail
- Main UI streamlined with increased footswitch label sizes
- Flexiports capable of new MIDI out modes: Type A, Type B, Tip active, Ring active
- Ability to bank up and down inside of the main menu on bank-level items
- Enter/exit menu using Control Change messages
- New Flexiport mode for controlling Morningstar Relay Interface
- Aux switches can trigger a single press, and a single hold message, both globally and per bank
- Per-bank reset
- Global Settings Reset option

Changes:
- Return action in menu navigation moved to FS5 (Bridge6 and FS3+FS4 (Bridge4)

Bugs fixed:
- MIDI input no longer locks up when the device receives data during the power-on sequence
- General UI and menu bugs

Known Issues:
- Device Link randomly disconnects and becomes unresponsive

A Complete Factory Reset is required for this update due to the massive changes from the launch firmware.

Windows Instructions

Although the desktop app is not ready for release, this update is an important update that can be done manually with a third-party firmware updater app.

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update files using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful. The Beta files are available on the GitHub page linked in the buttons below.

Step 2. Install the STM32 DFU application.

Step 3. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 4. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 5. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 6. Open the STM32CubeProgrammer application. On the right hand side under "USB Configuration'" a numbered USB device should appear. If not, use the refresh button or remove power from your device and repeat steps 3-5.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 7. Click "Open file" and locate the firmware file (.bin) you downloaded in Step 1. Again, make sure this is the file intended for your device or the update will not be successful and may render your unit unusable.

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 8. Click "Download" to begin the firmware update process. A completion message will appear when the process has finished.
DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

Step 9. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. If you are updating from any firmware version prior to v1.1.0, you will need to factory reset the a device by holding down FS6 on the BRIDGE6 or FS3 on the BRIDGE4 while powering up. When the LEDs turn white, let go of the Footswitch and the device will boot up as normal.

MacOS Instructions

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update file (.bin) using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Locate the downloaded file and move it to the home directory of your user. This typically looks like: Macintosh HD->Users->your_user_name. If you are having trouble finding this, with your Finder window, open go to the top toolbar and under "Go" select "Home" and then navigate to your user.

If you have done a previous update using this method, you can skip to Step 6. There is no need to install Homebrew again.

Step 3. Open a terminal window (Terminal.app) and enter the following command:

/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"

This will install an application called Homebrew which is a package manager for MacOS. Follow the prompts on screen as required.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 4. (only required for M1 Apple Silicon Macs) Once the Homebrew installation has been completed, enter the following command:
echo "export PATH=/opt/homebrew/bin:$PATH" >> ~/.zshrc

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlighted

Step 5. Close the terminal window, and then open a new terminal window. Enter the following command:
brew install dfu-util

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 6. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 7. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 8. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 9. Return to the terminal window, and enter the following command for your Bridge6 or Bridge4 respectively:

dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge6_v1.1.0.1_beta7.bin
dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge4_v1.1.0.1_beta7.bin

DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

Step 11. If you are updating from any firmware version prior to v1.1.0, you will need to factory reset the a device by holding down FS1 while powering up. When the LEDs turn white, let go of the Footswitch and the device will boot up as normal.

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Updated: 25/7/2022

Latest Release

v1.0.3 BRIDGE6 & BRIDGE4 Firmware

Firmware v1.0.3 fixes bugs and adds new features to your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4

Details & Instructions

New features:
- UI mode can be changed using MIDI CC 30
- Double Press switch actions are ignored if there are no messages assigned to the Double Press stack
- New Flexiport mode Pulse Sync Out allows for analog clock generation on the tip for modular, and gear without MIDI Clock sync
- New UI for Flexiport Switch Out mode
- Holding Footswitch 1 for seven seconds during power on allows for factory reset in the event of a firmware issue
- Flexiport Tap Tempo output starts and stops according to the MIDI clock state

Changes:
- Switches menu is consolidated to include the LED colour settings, as well as changed the visibility order of LFO and messages
- All MIDI message outputs default to "on"
- Tap tempo now defaults to 120 BPM at power-up
- Flexiport Switch Out states default to "open" until configured

Bugs fixed:
- LFO frequency jumps from 0.2 to 10 rather than stepping down to 0.1
- Tap tempo changes randomly during power cycles
- Switch Out configuration may not save correctly (configuration lost during next power cycle)
- Bridge6 (Hardware version v1.0.1) Flexiport2 tip to sleeve switch not mapped correctly
- Fixed MIDI thru incorrectly passing messages from a USB source

No factory reset is required if updating from v1.0.1 or v1.0.2

Windows Instructions

Although the desktop app is not ready for release, this update is an important update that can be done manually with a third-party firmware updater app.

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update files using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Install the STM32 DFU application.

Step 3. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 4. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 5. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 6. Open the STM32CubeProgrammer application. On the right hand side under "USB Configuration'" a numbered USB device should appear. If not, use the refresh button or remove power from your device and repeat steps 3-5.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 7. Click "Open file" and locate the firmware file (.bin) you downloaded in Step 1. Again, make sure this is the file intended for your device or the update will not be successful and may render your unit unusable.

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 8. Click "Download" to begin the firmware update process. A completion message will appear when the process has finished.
DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

Step 9. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. If you have updated from v1.0.0, you will need to do a factory reset now. If you have updated from v1.0.1 or v1.0.2, you do not need to do a factory reset.

The screen may look strange after you power it on if you have updated from v1.0.0. You will need to factory reset the a device by holding down FS1 while powering up. When the LEDs turn white, let go of the Footswitch and the device will boot up as normal.

MacOS Instructions

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update file (.bin) using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Locate the downloaded file and move it to the home directory of your user. This typically looks like: Macintosh HD->Users->your_user_name. If you are having trouble finding this, with your Finder window, open go to the top toolbar and under "Go" select "Home" and then navigate to your user.

If you have done a previous update using this method, you can skip to Step 6. There is no need to install Homebrew again.

Step 3. Open a terminal window (Terminal.app) and enter the following command:

/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"

This will install an application called Homebrew which is a package manager for MacOS. Follow the prompts on screen as required.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 4. (only required for M1 Apple Silicon Macs) Once the Homebrew installation has been completed, enter the following command:
echo "export PATH=/opt/homebrew/bin:$PATH" >> ~/.zshrc

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlighted

Step 5. Close the terminal window, and then open a new terminal window. Enter the following command:
brew install dfu-util

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 6. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 7. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 8. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 9. Return to the terminal window, and enter the following command for your Bridge6 or Bridge4 respectively:

dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge6_v1.0.3.1.bin
dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge4_v1.0.3.1.bin

DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

Step 11. If you have updated from v1.0.0, you will need to do a factory reset now. If you have updated from v1.0.1 or v1.0.2, you do not need to do a factory reset.

The screen may look strange after you power it on if you have updated from v1.0.0. You will need to factory reset the a device by holding down FS1 while powering up. When the LEDs turn white, let go of the Footswitch and the device will boot up as normal.

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Updated: 7/2/2022

Previous Release - Jan 2022

v1.0.2 BRIDGE6 & BRIDGE4 Firmware

Firmware v1.0.2 fixes bugs and adds new features to your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4

Details & Instructions

Improvements:
- Added inverted modes for each expression pedal sweep

Bugs fixed:
- Deleting messages from the release stack functions correctly
- LFOs now trigger correctly and only output a single message per value change
- Expression pedal message correctly decrements the value to 127 rather than 255
- Fixed menu editing of Flexiport Switch Out mode
- Increased the LED refresh rate and removed timing jitter to provide smoother MIDI clock pulse indication
- Greatly improved the responsiveness of expression pedals and made latency improvements
- Additional space at the end of footswitch names is now stripped upon saving, preventing horizontal alignment issues.

No factory reset is required if updating from v1.0.1.

Windows Instructions

Although the desktop app is not ready for release, this update is an important update that can be done manually with a third-party firmware updater app.

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update files using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Install the STM32 DFU application.

Step 3. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 4. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 5. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 6. Open the STM32CubeProgrammer application. On the right hand side under "USB Configuration'" a numbered USB device should appear. If not, use the refresh button or remove power from your device and repeat steps 3-5.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 7. Click "Open file" and locate the firmware file (.bin) you downloaded in Step 1. Again, make sure this is the file intended for your device or the update will not be successful and may render your unit unusable.

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 8. Click "Download" to begin the firmware update process. A completion message will appear when the process has finished.
DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

Step 9. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. If you have updated from v1.0.0, you will need to do a factory reset now. If you have updated from v1.0.1, you do not need to do a factory reset.

The screen may look strange after you power it on if you have updated from v1.0.0, but you will be able to enter the menu and go to "Menu>System>Reset>Factory Reset" and confirm the selection.

MacOS Instructions

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update file (.bin) using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Locate the downloaded file and move it to the home directory of your user. This typically looks like: Macintosh HD->Users->your_user_name. If you are having trouble finding this, with your Finder window, open go to the top toolbar and under "Go" select "Home" and then navigate to your user.

Step 3. Open a terminal window (Terminal.app) and enter the following command:

/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"

This will install an application called Homebrew which is a package manager for MacOS. Follow the prompts on screen as required.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 4. (only required for M1 Apple Silicon Macs) Once the Homebrew installation has been completed, enter the following command:
echo "export PATH=/opt/homebrew/bin:$PATH" >> ~/.zshrc

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlighted

Step 5. Close the terminal window, and then open a new terminal window. Enter the following command:
brew install dfu-util

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 6. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 7. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 8. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 9. Return to the terminal window, and enter the following command for your Bridge6 or Bridge4 respectively:

dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge6_v1.0.2.1.bin
dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge4_v1.0.2.1.bin

DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

Step 11. If you have updated from v1.0.0, you will need to do a factory reset now. If you have updated from v1.0.1, you do not need to do a factory reset.

The screen may look strange after you power it on if you have updated from v1.0.0, but you will be able to enter the menu and go to "Menu>System>Reset>Factory Reset" and confirm the selection.

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Updated: 18/1/2022

Previous Release - December 2021

v1.0.1 BRIDGE6 & BRIDGE4 Firmware

Firmware v1.0.1 fixes bugs and adds new features to your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4

Details & Instructions

New features:
- Scrolling with acceleration enabled on hold actions in menu navigation and editing
- Remote bank navigation via Control Change and Program Change messages
- Automatic Program Change messages when banking up/down enabled with independent channel selection per output
Changes:
- Lowered hold action time from 1.25s to 1s for improved responsiveness
Bugs fixed:
- Press messages sent on press and hold actions
- Program Change messages not sent correctly in message stacks
- MIDI clock may assign to incorrect switch
- Device freezes when connected to MacOS device without audio/MIDI application open
- Release messages not sent until second action
- Release stack editing causes device to freeze

Windows Instructions

Although the desktop app is not ready for release, this first update is an important update that can be done manually with a third-party firmware updater app.

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update files using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Install the STM32 DFU application.

Step 3. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 4. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 5. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 6. Open the STM32CubeProgrammer application. On the right hand side under "USB Configuration'" a numbered USB device should appear. If not, use the refresh button or remove power from your device and repeat steps 3-5.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 7. Click "Open file" and locate the firmware file (.bin) you downloaded in Step 1. Again, make sure this is the file intended for your device or the update will not be successful and may render your unit unusable.

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 8. Click "Download" to begin the firmware update process. A completion message will appear when the process has finished.
DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

Step 9. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. You will need to Factory Reset your device after the update. The screen may look strange after you power it on, but you will be able to enter the menu and go to "Menu>System>Reset>Factory Reset" and confirm the selection.

MacOS Instructions

Step 1. Download the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 update file (.bin) using the buttons below. Make sure you have the correct files or the update will not be successful.

Step 2. Locate the downloaded file and move it to the home directory of your user. This typically looks like: Macintosh HD->Users->your_user_name. If you are having trouble finding this, with your Finder window, open go to the top toolbar and under "Go" select "Home" and then navigate to your user.

Step 3. Open a terminal window (Terminal.app) and enter the following command:

/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"

This will install an application called Homebrew which is a package manager for MacOS. Follow the prompts on screen as required.

STM32CubeProgrammer with no DFU device detectedSTM32CubeProgrammer with DFU device detected and "Connect" button highlighted


Step 4. (only required for M1 Apple Silicon Macs) Once the Homebrew installation has been completed, enter the following command:
echo "export PATH=/opt/homebrew/bin:$PATH" >> ~/.zshrc

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlighted

Step 5. Close the terminal window, and then open a new terminal window. Enter the following command:
brew install dfu-util

STM32CubeProgrammer with "Open File" tab highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 6. Connect a TRS or TS cable from Flexiport 1 to Flexiport 2.

Step 7. Connect your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 to your computer directly (no USB hub unless it's a necessary dongle) with a USB cable.

Step 8. On your BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 Menu, go to: "Menu>System>Manual Update" and confirm your selection. Your screen should flash "Entering Bootloader", and may go blank.

Step 9. Return to the terminal window, and enter the following command for your Bridge6 or Bridge4 respectively:

dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge6_v1.0.1.1.bin
dfu-util -a 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 -D bridge4_v1.0.1.1.bin

DO NOT UNPLUG OR REMOVE POWER FROM YOUR DEVICE UNTIL THE UPDATE HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

STM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlightedSTM32CubeProgrammerr with "Download" button highlighted

Step 10. Unplug the TRS/TS cable from the Flexiports, and turn the BRIDGE6 or BRIDGE4 off and on again by removing the USB and then inserting it again. This will reset the device and complete the update.

Step 11. You will need to Factory Reset your device after the update. The screen may look strange after you power it on, but you will be able to enter the menu and go to "Menu>System>Reset>Factory Reset" and confirm the selection.

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Updated: 23/12/2021

User Manuals

BRIDGE6, BRIDGE4, Exp-doubler

Use our online manuals to learn more the ins and outs of your devices.

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Updated: 22/12/2021