Update firmware

To manually update to the latest firmware version, you will need a flash drive, computer, and access to internet. 

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Steps on computer

1
Connect a USB flash drive to your computer.
Note Make sure the USB drive is formatted using NTFS, exFAT or FAT32.
Note: On a Mac computer, you can check the format by right clicking the drive on the Finder window and selecting "Get Info". Check the Format section on the opened dialog.
Note: On a Windows computer, right click the drive on the File Explorer window and select Properties. Check the File System section on the opened dialog.
2
Download the firmware to your computer using the link below:

Monument 2 firmware

3
Copy the downloaded .dat file to the USB Flash drive.
⚠️ The file name must be exactly in the following format: monumentfw-XXXX-XXX.dat (example: monumentfw-71ad0d83-736.dat) Do not change the extension or the file name. 
4
Eject the USB flash drive from your computer.

Steps on Monument

1
Unplug the power cable and all USB connections from Monument 2.
2
Insert the USB flash drive into any USB port on Monument 2 and reconnect the power cable.
3
Monument will boot and start to update.
ℹ The update process may take about 5 minutes. Please keep the USB flash connected during the update.
ℹ If you have a monitor/TV connected, you can monitor the update status on the screen.
The device will boot and display the following messages on screen:

Initializing...
Checking firmware file
Applying update
Finishing
4
The LED will be flashing blue if setup still needs to be completed.
The LED will be white if setup was previously completed and you're just updating to a newer version.
When completed, you will see the version number updated on the lower right corner of the screen.
5
Remove the USB flash drive.
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