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https://github.com/Lurker00/DX150-firmware/releases which one do i get? first one 2nd or 3rd?
1st file is for flashing with FactoryTool using windows.
2nd file is for flashing under MacOS/Linux using rkflashtool.
3rd file is like the 1st but erases all data (AFAIK).
ok im on windows 10 what driver do i install? it shows to install driver but i see 7 and 8 no 10
nevermind found that but while im waiting for it to charge im checking so what driver do i use for 10? the win 8 or what?
how so i get the dx150 into bootloader mode? this has a wheel for volume up unlike the dx80 instructions this has no volume up button
You use the driver on the site. It works for 10 also. Are you going to Android 8.1? The driver and instructions are in the download.
volume for line out set at 150? what is mango mode?
A serious shout out to Chaz1952 of this forum for all his patient assistance these past two days in helping me get my DX150 set up with 8.1 (Oreo). Prompt and accurate help, MUCH appreciated!
I received the DX150 today and tried to update to Oreo 8.1 using the batch tool method mentioned on the first page of the headfi thread. My DX150 does not restart after I press on the Run button and the firm ware is installed through batch tool. If I manually press the power button then the screen displays that failed to mount image and it gets stuck on the iBasso Audio logo and nothing seems to happen. Any suggestions?
I *think* you have to use the linked file on the first post (2.9.250) with the batch tool, and then you can load the latest release from iBasso on your SD card and update it that way. I forget exactly, but I remember having a time getting it to work myself, but finally got it figured out
I have tried all the methods actually. Tried local updater, and then Batch Tool as well. Neither of them are working. The error is always the same: failed to mount /mnt/external_sd
Hmm. I also recall that it took a substantial amount of time for it to boot up afterwards, it was on the iBasso logo with the three dots moving for quite a while. Does it ever enter the Android environment at all?
It does stay on the logo for a few minutes, so I reset the device each time.
Try waiting longer and see if it will load Android. I had to wait way longer than I thought it would take.