Firmware update 1.4.5 error
Just received the MetaMotion R and was prompted to updated the firmware using the Android app. Click on "Update Firmware" the program then comes up with an error saying "Firmware update failed (reason = No value for bootloader)"
Ive searched the forums and guides and haven't seen any related material on this issue. Any ideas? I have more issues with this device ill be posting about in the correct sections of the forums.
The phone is a OnePlus 3T running Android 8.0
Have not yet been able to use another phone. (I only have one). I will try to use windows to update it soon however.
Only Android or iOS devices can update the firmware.
Also, please provide some more context about this issue. For example,
I get the same message ("Firmware update failed (reason = No value for bootloader)") when trying to update a MMR vom 1.4.4 on an Android Pixel 3, Android 10.
I get the same message ("Firmware update failed (reason = No value for bootloader)") and the update proccess does not start. Device: Xiaomi Redmi 4 OS: Android 6.0.1
As per my last message. Use iOS.
I read this suggestion ("Use iOS") a lot of times in this forum. If I don't have a iOS device and I cannot retrieve it, It is a my own problem or there is another good way to upload the firmware on your boards?
I just bought an mtr tracker.
@Laura I'm running the metabase app on a galaxy s9 with all updates.
I can't use the barometer because it wants 1.4.4.
I can't update because "reason = No value for bootloader"
"try ios" is definitely not helpful, - should i go and waste a couple of hundred dollars on an iphone to make a 60$ tracker work?
good i have android.
firmware version 1.2.5,
model number 4
I click Update firmware, then ok, then the message with the loading screen appears and after a second or so i get the error message and my device is in metaboot mode.
If you need any more context let me know,
if you made it here - check https://mbientlab.com/community/discussion/3775/firmware-update-failed-reason-no-value-for-bootloader#latest
MTR is not supported on firmware 1.4.0, 1.4.5, 1.5.0, 1.5.1.
You already have the latest firmware installed for MTR.
Please note we are phasing out the MTR in 2021.