New firmware v2.1.22 version for ZIDOO X10 released

Discussion in 'X10 Official Firmware Releases' started by mirror, Jan 17, 2019.

  1. 6gex

    6gex New Member

    Yes
     
  2. rik81h

    rik81h New Member

    This firmware update has made my X10 completely useless. The player is doing some very random things now, sometimes a file just won't play, other times it'll play for a few seconds to a minute odd then suddenly cease to a black screen, other times video will completely bork and i'll get audio from another file then it'll play a completely different file all together. What is going on?

    I tried to reinstall it, same thing.

    Also OTA is not an option for me, is this correct?
     
  3. rik81h

    rik81h New Member

    Re-flashed and upgraded to 2.1.22 and all is fine now. PIA
     
  4. Rico

    Rico New Member

    For me no access from my PC with update.
    OPENWRT problem >> no access

    But the bug weather and Home Teather are solved
     
  5. Akeela

    Akeela New Member

    Hi, the new firmware kills my network speed from PC to X10( it was 110 - 120 MB/sec and now 12-15 MB/sec).
     
  6. Miguel Ramos

    Miguel Ramos Member

    Try to with a factory reset and install it again. Usually works.
     
  7. Reelyator

    Reelyator Member

    ....i FULLY Agree with hasomaso´s Point!!
    @Team Zidoo: Please provide ALL FW Updates as Full Image, at least the stable FW´s!!!
     
  8. kvasovnm

    kvasovnm New Member

    After update I cannot open OpenWRT web interface. It says: this site can’t be reached
     
  9. Claudiu

    Claudiu Member

    Same for me, OpenWRT doesn't work anymore, I have the following error:

    /usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:191: /etc/config/luci seems to be corrupt, unable to find section 'main'
    stack traceback:
    [C]: in function 'assert'
    /usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:191: in function 'dispatch'
    /usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:177: in function </usr/lib/lua/luci/dispatcher.lua:176>

    This is my /etc/config/luci file:

    config core 'main'
    option lang 'auto'
    option resourcebase '/luci-static/resources'
    option mediaurlbase '/luci-static/material'

    config extern 'flash_keep'
    option uci '/etc/config/'
    option dropbear '/etc/dropbear/'
    option openvpn '/etc/openvpn/'
    option passwd '/etc/passwd'
    option opkg '/etc/opkg.conf'
    option firewall '/etc/firewall.user'
    option uploads '/lib/uci/upload/'

    config internal 'languages'
    option ca 'Catal.. (Catalan)'
    option cs '..e..tina (Czech)'
    option de 'Deutsch (German)'
    option el '................ (Greek)'
    option en 'English'
    option es 'Espa..ol (Spanish)'
    option fr 'Fran..ais (French)'
    option he '................ (Hebrew)'
    option hu 'Magyar (Hungarian)'
    option it 'Italiano (Italian)'
    option ja '......... (Japanese)'
    option ms 'Bahasa Melayu (Malay)'
    option no 'Norsk (Norwegian)'
    option pl 'Polski (Polish)'
    option pt 'Portugu..s (Portuguese)'
    option pt_br 'Portugu..s do Brasil (Brazialian Portuguese)'
    option ro 'Rom..n.. (Romanian)'
    option ru '.............. (Russi

    Appears to end abruptly.

    I can't revert to 2.1.20 and I wouldn't want a factory reset and loose all settings.
    What can we do? Is there a repair version in the works or could I get a copy of this file??
     
  10. Claudiu

    Claudiu Member

    So I edited the luci file by hand trying to at least allign the format, rebooted and now the file is empty.
    Any ideea anyone?
     
  11. TEAfest

    TEAfest New Member

    Thanks for the firmware, but is it true when you make a full img image? I had problems with the system because of my crooked hands (I admit it), and the only way was to re-flash the system, which was not turned on. It was necessary to download a very old version of the firmware of the img file, and only then update on the OTA. This is not good.
     
  12. Claudiu

    Claudiu Member

    Can anybody paste a /etc/config/luci file? Maybe I can start Openwrt with it.
    Thank you.
     
  13. Claudiu

    Claudiu Member

    Resolved. If anybody needs it: copied /rom/etc/config/luci to /etc/config/luci.
    All my services were configured on sda1, now my HDD is mounted as UUID. I modified /etc/config/fstab with sda1 as mounting point but in vain. It worked after a block umount / block mount, but no matter what I tried, my /etc/config/fstab was always replaced after a reboot or a "/etc/init.d/fstab restart" with the UUID instead of sda1.
    I ended up creating a symlink from UUID to sda1, to avoid reconfiguring my services, even if they were also damaged after update and I had to reconfigure anyway.

    Just for curiosity, if anybody knows who is rewriting /etc/config/fstab, I'd be interested.
     
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  14. ursiel

    ursiel Active Member

    Playback seems to be unstable now.

    I played a 3D blu-ray ISO (frame-packed) and it played fantastic - no stutters finally - but the picture got garbled/heavily pixellated for a few seconds part-way through the film.

    Last week I played a 1080p remux and it also played great with no stutters - except for one garbled bit for a few seconds. Playing it back in the same spot was fine so it's not the file.

    This didn't happen before the latest update.

    It's fantastic though that they finally fixed stuttering on 23.976. I haven't tested 24.000 files yet - do those also play stutter free now?
     

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