What are Early Updates?

Early Updates provides the opportunity to receive pre-release firmware for your Network Music Player. This firmware version may provide more bugs as it is a constant work in progress until the next release, but you will be actively helping us to develop and improve the product.

To opt-in for early updates, navigate to the web setup page of your player, by typing it’s IP address into a web browser on the same network. The unit's IP address can be found in the menu of your product.

Once you have reached this page, simply check the box and accept the terms and conditions in the firmware section to enable upgrading to early releases.

Once this is checked, your player will automatically receive firmware updates before they are available to the public. This will allow you to test the latest firmware release and give your feedback on upcoming features and fixes.

Please note: As per the terms and conditions, once this box is checked, feedback sent via the app is not submitted to the Cambridge customer support team. Feedback is sent directly to the engineering team and it is highly likely that only in exceptional or unusual circumstances will you be contacted. If you have an issue pertaining to the general public firmware release, you should un-check the early updates option and allow your player to update to the general release firmware in order to request help via the app.

What if I no longer want to receive early updates? If you do not wish to receive early updates, simply un-check the box on the web setup page. You can opt in and out as you please. If you’ve previously updated to an early update, but no longer wish to continue, un-checking the box will enable you to revert back to the latest public firmware release for your network player.

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