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Update from v2.4.9 to v2.6xxx. What do I believe.

Andy W3LIAndy W3LI Member ✭✭
edited September 2019 in FLEX-6000 Signature Series
Was going to pick this morning to update to v2.6xxx.  I have my lap top watching Mike Walkers YouTube video so as to follow while I do the update on the PC. However, taking advise I wanted to read the release notes. There seems to be confusion as to finding the right notes. Maybe I will just sit tight for now with v2.4.9.

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  • MackMack Member ✭✭
    edited September 2019
    Andy,

    Here are the release notes: https://www.flexradio.com/downloads/smartsdr-v2-6-0-release-notes/ As you noted I recommend you read them first. 

    I also recommend you upgrade to 2.6.x to get the latest DAX drivers which will prevent future corruption during windows updates plus other bug fixes.

    I've literally upgraded my radio more than 200 times as part of being on the alpha code test team. I'll monitor this forum and be prepared to help as needed should you encounter issues.

    73,

    Mack
    W4AX
    Alpha Team
  • Craig_KØCFCraig_KØCF Member ✭✭
    edited September 2019
    There should be no confusion: the v2.6 Release notes are listed in the Downloads section right below the Installer:

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