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XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-030614: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby aasoror » November 9th, 2013, 4:59 pm

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Hello All,
There will be a dedicated bug report and discussion thread for each firmware release.
If you have a bug or a concern you need an answer for please post in this thread.

When reporting a bug please note the following:
- Report any relevant information about your current setup (e.g. if you have picture related issue please list the model/make of your TV).
- Report how often is the bug reproducible and also the exact scenario to reproduce the bugs.

Thanks,

ICS Firmware Release #: ICS-030614-M3
Revision Date: 03/06/14

Download Link: HERE

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Release Notes:

- Adds compatibility with hardware components of XIOS DS-M3 S/N: 0002GM34XXXXXXXX and later.
- Equivalent to the ICS-110913-M3 build.
- Changed mouse pointer
- Fixed permissions on joystick devices
- Extended IR support for Logitech harmony profile
- Change default scaling_governor to ondemand
- Remove and disable PPPoE
- Disable network throttling
- Fix bitmask setting for multicast mode


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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby draco76 » November 9th, 2013, 6:34 pm

aasoror » November 9th, 2013, 6:59 pm wrote:Image

Hello All,
There will be a dedicated bug report and discussion thread for each firmware release.
If you have a bug or a concern you need an answer for please post in this thread.

When reporting a bug please note the following:
- Report any relevant information about your current setup (e.g. if you have picture related issue please list the model/make of your TV).
- Report how often is the bug reproducible and also the exact scenario to reproduce the bugs.

Thanks,

ICS Firmware Release #: ICS-110913-M3
Revision Date: 11/09/13

Download Link: HERE

Manual

Release Notes:

- Changed mouse pointer
- Fixed permissions on joystick devices
- Extended IR support for Logitech harmony profile
- Change default scaling_governor to ondemand
- Remove and disable PPPoE
- Disable network throttling
- Fix bitmask setting for multicast mode


Remember to get your free Android XIOS remote control app from here

So CPU master no longer needed to set governor nice. Could you explain the network throttling you disabled? Such as what was throttled and when? Oh and thanks for continued support!
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby aasoror » November 10th, 2013, 8:43 am

draco76 » November 9th, 2013, 9:34 pm wrote:So CPU master no longer needed to set governor nice.

only if you need to set the governor to something else (Performance or conservative).
Could you explain the network throttling you disabled? Such as what was throttled and when?

Shouldn't have put that in and confused you guys :oops: , it was more of an "in code" change, the function was in there (in code) and removed, but it was never used.
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby draco76 » November 10th, 2013, 9:02 am

aasoror » November 10th, 2013, 10:43 am wrote:
Shouldn't have put that in and confused you guys :oops: , it was more of an "in code" change, the function was in there (in code) and removed, but it was never used.

Is the pppoe same situation in code and not used?
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby aasoror » November 10th, 2013, 9:22 am

draco76 » November 10th, 2013, 12:02 pm wrote:Is the pppoe same situation in code and not used?


IIRC it was in the interface as well, but I don't think it will be missed. These streamer are not meant to connect directly to modems any way.
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby DietCoke » November 10th, 2013, 11:16 am

Thanks for the update! It's running just fine!
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby draco76 » November 10th, 2013, 11:50 am

DietCoke » November 10th, 2013, 1:16 pm wrote:Thanks for the update! It's running just fine!

Yes in lieu of new box this has made me happy. Xios is running very fast and haven't mapped Linux swap back yet! Also backed up my xbmc but everything was already there after install which I don't remember being the case with may firmware upgrade:) thanks pivos team!
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby Scott00007 » November 10th, 2013, 1:05 pm

Thanks for the update. I was surprised as well to find my XBMC return to normal after reinstalling it. Great!
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby jgprint » November 11th, 2013, 4:51 pm

Thanks for the update, however, after the update, can''t open the WIFI, will wait forever. Downgrade to the previous version, still got the wifi disabled and can't turn it on. Would you please look into it?
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Re: XIOS-DS-FW: M3-ICS-110913: Discussion and Bug Reports

Postby aasoror » November 11th, 2013, 7:18 pm

jgprint » November 11th, 2013, 7:51 pm wrote:Thanks for the update, however, after the update, can''t open the WIFI, will wait forever. Downgrade to the previous version, still got the wifi disabled and can't turn it on. Would you please look into it?

Reboot into recovery. clear cache and userdata and reboot back.
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