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Upgrade to 3.3.32 went very well!

KD0RC Member, Super Elmer Moderator

I just upgraded to 3.3.32 and it went perfectly. I had the low power on CW issue, and that is now completely cleared up - Thank you!

I tested full power on 160 - 6 CW and all is well.



  • Mike Steventon
    Mike Steventon Member ✭✭✭

    Likewise, just reporting in that upgrade to 3.3.32 went well, as sweet as a nut.

    It took maybe 5 minutes or so, and I was fine as I took some hysteria calming down pills first. Lots of flashing red, purple and green lights etc etc!! I am now rocking' and rollin'.......

    Thank you Flex Radio. You have some very clever people serving us mere mortals.!

    6600M, TGXL, SSDR for Mac and SSDR for Windows.

    73 Mike.

  • BH4AAD
    BH4AAD Member ✭✭

    Yes just now i'm from V3.2.39 updated to V3.3.32 and it went perfectly

  • Mr Radio
    Mr Radio Member ✭✭

    The same here in my F 6700. It has a new, larger SD card installed and I note that calibration process after radio is switched on takes less time.


  • W7NGA
    W7NGA Member ✭✭✭

    You have some very clever people serving us mere mortals.!

    Yes, but a shame they aren't CW operators

  • Ron_K4XRF
    Ron_K4XRF Member
    The upgrade to v3.3.32 went well for me, also.

    It took less time than I was expecting - maybe 5 minutes or so. I used SmartSDR for the Mac to initiate the firmware update.

    The ATU memory issue has been resolved. Thank you FlexRadio.

    6400 (2019); SSDR for Mac.

    73's, Ron
  • Dave KC9EI
    Dave KC9EI Member ✭✭

    Upgrade was fast and fine. :)

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