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'''Supported receivers<br />'''
 
 
 
[[File:RECEIVERS-Vu-001.jpg.png|frameless|right]]
 
[[File:RECEIVERS-Vu-001.jpg.png|frameless|right]]
 
Solo<br />
 
Duo<br />
 
Uno<br />
 
Ultimo<br />
 
Solo2<br />
 
Duo2<br />
 
Solo SE<br />
 
Zero<br />
 
Solo 4K<br />
 
Uno 4K<br />
 
Uno 4K SE<br />
 
Ultimo 4K<br />
 
  
  
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#Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
 
#Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
#Download the USB image of your choice on http://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vuzero/
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#Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vuzero/
 
#Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory zero in which you find the necessary files.
 
#Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory zero in which you find the necessary files.
 
#Disconnect all USB flash drives connected to your receiver.
 
#Disconnect all USB flash drives connected to your receiver.
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#Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
 
#Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
#Download the USB image of your choice on http://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vuduo/
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#Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vuduo/
 
#Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory duo in which you find the necessary files.
 
#Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory duo in which you find the necessary files.
 
#Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Duo receiver
 
#Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Duo receiver
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#Wait until you receive the message to reboot your Vu+ Duo
 
#Wait until you receive the message to reboot your Vu+ Duo
 
#Remove the USB-stick and switch the power off and on again to reboot.
 
#Remove the USB-stick and switch the power off and on again to reboot.
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=='''How to flash Vu<sup>+</sup> Ultimo'''<br />==
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The procedure is the same as the Vu<sup>+</sup> Duo (see above)
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=='''How to flash Vu<sup>+</sup> Duo2'''<br />==
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Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a USB disk.
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
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# Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Duo2/
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# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory duo2 in which you find the necessary files.
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# Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Duo2 receiver
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# Switch your VU+ Duo2 off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
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# Switch your VU+ Duo2 on
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# After powering on the Duo2 you see: Starting. If the USB-stick is properly recognised you will see the following text (alternating) Update! Press Power
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# During the showing of the above text press the power button (on the receiver!) The text will be shown about 5-8 seconds.
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# After the flash procedure the Duo2 will be rebooted automatically. If not switch the power off and on again to reboot.
  
  
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
 
# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
# Download the USB image of your choice on http://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vusolose/
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# Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vusolose/
 
# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory vusolose in which you find the necessary files.
 
# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory vusolose in which you find the necessary files.
 
# Disconnect all USB flash drives connected to your receiver.
 
# Disconnect all USB flash drives connected to your receiver.
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
 
# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
# Download the USB image of your choice on http://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vusolo2/
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# Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vusolo2/
 
# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory solo2 in which you find the necessary files.
 
# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory solo2 in which you find the necessary files.
 
# Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Solo2 receiver
 
# Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Solo2 receiver
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
 
# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
# Download the USB image of your choice on http://openpli.org/download/vuplus/uno4kse/
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# Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/uno4kse/
 
# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory uno4kse in which you find the necessary files.
 
# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory uno4kse in which you find the necessary files.
# Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Uno 4K se receiver
 
 
# Switch your VU+ Uno 4K se off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
 
# Switch your VU+ Uno 4K se off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
 
# Switch your VU+ Uno 4K se on
 
# Switch your VU+ Uno 4K se on
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Note: Please bear in mind: To flash an image there may be only one USB-device connected with the receiver and that's the USB-device with the image you want to flash. If there are more USB-devices connected the flash procedure will most likely fail and won't even start!
 
Note: Please bear in mind: To flash an image there may be only one USB-device connected with the receiver and that's the USB-device with the image you want to flash. If there are more USB-devices connected the flash procedure will most likely fail and won't even start!
  
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=='''How to flash Vu<sup>+</sup> Ultimo 4K'''<br />==
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
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# Download the USB image from https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Ultimo+4K
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# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory ultimo4k in which you find the necessary files.
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# Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Ultimo 4K receiver
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# Remove all other USB devices from the box
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# Switch off Vu+ Ultimo 4K (power-off, not stand-by!).
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# Turn on Vu+ Ultimo 4K
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# As soon as the Ultimo 4K starts up, the message "Update!" Appears on the LCD display. Press Power displayed, Press the "Power button" (touch button on the front, several times with the finger over the line) within 5 sec. This starts the flash process.
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# After flashing comes the message "Flash Complete" [ rebooting in xx secondes]
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# Remove the USB stick while rebooting is counting down.
  
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=='''How to flash a Vu <sup>+</sup> Duo 4k'''==
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
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# Download the USB image from https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Duo+4K
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# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory ultimo4k in which you find the necessary files.
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# Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Ultimo 4K receiver
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# Power off the receiver
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# Ensure no other USB devices are plugged into the receiver while flashing
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# Insert the USB stick containing the image files into one of the USB ports on the receiver, rear USB port is advised if possible.
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# Power the receiver on.
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# As your Duo 4k starts to power up you should see a update prompt on the receivers display asking you to press the power button, at this point you touch the power button which is located to the left front of the receiver.
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#  The receivers display will display various stages of flashing, simply wait for this to complete
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# If successful the receiver will reboot itself after the flashing process has completed.
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# Remove USB stick that contains the images files.
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=='''How to flash a Vu <sup>+</sup> Zero 4k'''==
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# Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
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# Download the USB image from https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Zero+4K
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# Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory zero4k in which you find the necessary files.
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# Insert the prepared USB stick into the VU+ Zero 4K receiver
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# Power off the receiver
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# Ensure no other USB devices are plugged into the receiver while flashing
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# Insert the USB stick containing the image files into one of the USB ports on the receiver, rear USB port is advised if possible.
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# Power the receiver on.
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# The WHITE VU+ logo will quickly flash two or three times then start to fade in and out slowly.
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# Once completed the WHITE VU+ logo will flash rapidly.
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# Power off the receiver, remove the USB stick, and power on the receiver again.
  
 
=='''Other Vu<sup>+</sup> related'''==  
 
=='''Other Vu<sup>+</sup> related'''==  
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The file that can be found at the forum (see below) will place the original factory bootlogo back on your receiver. The content of the file needs to be placed on a USB pen drive. The file contains splash screens for the models:
 
The file that can be found at the forum (see below) will place the original factory bootlogo back on your receiver. The content of the file needs to be placed on a USB pen drive. The file contains splash screens for the models:
  
  duo2, solo2, solo4k, solose, ultimo, ultimo4k, uno, uno4k, uno4kse and the zero.
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  duo2, solo2, solo4k, solose, ultimo, ultimo4k, vuduo4k, uno, uno4k, uno4kse, zero, zero4k and the Duo 4K SE
 
You do not have to pick one of the bootlogo's.. Your receiver selects only the file that must be needed. .
 
You do not have to pick one of the bootlogo's.. Your receiver selects only the file that must be needed. .
  
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# restart your receiver
 
# restart your receiver
  
Source: https://forums.openpli.org/topic/48876-herstel-splash-screens-van-vu-modellen/?view=findpost&p=814862
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File: https://forums.openpli.org/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=134711
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<u>Note</u>: for some reason Vu+ changed the name of the splash file introducing the Vu Duo 4K SE from splash_cfe_auto.bin to splash_auto.bin

Latest revision as of 06:55, 27 October 2021

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How to flash Vu+ Zero

Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a USB disk.

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vuzero/
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory zero in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Disconnect all USB flash drives connected to your receiver.
  5. Insert the prepared USB stick into the back of your VU+ Zero receiver
  6. Switch your VU+ Zero off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 8
  7. Switch your VU+ Zero on
  8. The white led will quickly flash two or three times then start to fade in and out slowly.
  9. The flashing is done when the led light rapidly blinks on the front panel.
  10. Switch the power off and on again to reboot.


How to flash Vu+ Duo

Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a USB disk.

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vuduo/
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory duo in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Duo receiver
  5. Switch your VU+ Duo off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
  6. Switch your VU+ Duo on
  7. Wait until you receive the message to reboot your Vu+ Duo
  8. Remove the USB-stick and switch the power off and on again to reboot.


How to flash Vu+ Ultimo

The procedure is the same as the Vu+ Duo (see above)


How to flash Vu+ Duo2

Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a USB disk.

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Duo2/
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory duo2 in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Duo2 receiver
  5. Switch your VU+ Duo2 off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
  6. Switch your VU+ Duo2 on
  7. After powering on the Duo2 you see: Starting. If the USB-stick is properly recognised you will see the following text (alternating) Update! Press Power
  8. During the showing of the above text press the power button (on the receiver!) The text will be shown about 5-8 seconds.
  9. After the flash procedure the Duo2 will be rebooted automatically. If not switch the power off and on again to reboot.


How to flash Vu+ Solo SE

Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a USB disk.

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vusolose/
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory vusolose in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Disconnect all USB flash drives connected to your receiver.
  5. Insert the prepared USB stick into the back of your VU+SoloSE receiver
  6. Switch your VU+SoloSE off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 8
  7. Switch your VU+SoloSE on
  8. The white led will quickly flash two or three times then start to fade in and out slowly.
  9. The flashing is done when the led light rapidly blinks on the front panel.
  10. Remove the stick and switch the power off and on again to reboot.


How to flash Vu+ Solo 2

Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a USB disk.

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/vusolo2/
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory solo2 in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Solo2 receiver
  5. Switch your VU+ Solo2 off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
  6. Switch your VU+ Solo2 on
  7. After powering on the Solo2 you see: Starting. If the USB-stick is properly recognised you will see the following text (alternating) Update! Press Power
  8. During the showing of the above text press the power button (on the receiver!) The text will be shown about 5-8 seconds.
  9. After the flash procedure the Solo2 will be rebooted automatically. If not switch the power off and on again to reboot.


How to flash Vu+ Uno 4K SE

Download a image from: https://openpli.org Unpack the ZIP file and place the content on a FAT32 formatted USB disk.

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image of your choice on https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/uno4kse/
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory uno4kse in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Switch your VU+ Uno 4K se off (power-off, not stand-by!). Or choose restart in your receiver: Menu -> Standby / Restart -> Restart and go directly to step 7
  5. Switch your VU+ Uno 4K se on
  6. After powering on the Uno 4K se you see: Starting. If the USB-stick is properly recognised you will see the following text (alternating) Update! Press Power
  7. During the showing of the above text press the power button (on the left frontside of the receiver!) The text will be shown about 5-8 seconds.
  8. After the flash procedure the Uno 4K se will be rebooted automatically. If not switch the power off and on again to reboot.

Note: Please bear in mind: To flash an image there may be only one USB-device connected with the receiver and that's the USB-device with the image you want to flash. If there are more USB-devices connected the flash procedure will most likely fail and won't even start!

How to flash Vu+ Ultimo 4K

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image from https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Ultimo+4K
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory ultimo4k in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Ultimo 4K receiver
  5. Remove all other USB devices from the box
  6. Switch off Vu+ Ultimo 4K (power-off, not stand-by!).
  7. Turn on Vu+ Ultimo 4K
  8. As soon as the Ultimo 4K starts up, the message "Update!" Appears on the LCD display. Press Power displayed, Press the "Power button" (touch button on the front, several times with the finger over the line) within 5 sec. This starts the flash process.
  9. After flashing comes the message "Flash Complete" [ rebooting in xx secondes]
  10. Remove the USB stick while rebooting is counting down.

How to flash a Vu + Duo 4k

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image from https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Duo+4K
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory ultimo4k in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Insert the prepared USB stick into the front of your VU+ Ultimo 4K receiver
  5. Power off the receiver
  6. Ensure no other USB devices are plugged into the receiver while flashing
  7. Insert the USB stick containing the image files into one of the USB ports on the receiver, rear USB port is advised if possible.
  8. Power the receiver on.
  9. As your Duo 4k starts to power up you should see a update prompt on the receivers display asking you to press the power button, at this point you touch the power button which is located to the left front of the receiver.
  10. The receivers display will display various stages of flashing, simply wait for this to complete
  11. If successful the receiver will reboot itself after the flashing process has completed.
  12. Remove USB stick that contains the images files.

How to flash a Vu + Zero 4k

  1. Format your USB stick with a FAT32 file system
  2. Download the USB image from https://openpli.org/download/vuplus/Zero+4K
  3. Extract the USB image (it is a .zip archive) on your PC using your favorite unzip tool to the root directory of your USB stick. The result is that you get a directory vuplus and in this directory you find a directory zero4k in which you find the necessary files.
  4. Insert the prepared USB stick into the VU+ Zero 4K receiver
  5. Power off the receiver
  6. Ensure no other USB devices are plugged into the receiver while flashing
  7. Insert the USB stick containing the image files into one of the USB ports on the receiver, rear USB port is advised if possible.
  8. Power the receiver on.
  9. The WHITE VU+ logo will quickly flash two or three times then start to fade in and out slowly.
  10. Once completed the WHITE VU+ logo will flash rapidly.
  11. Power off the receiver, remove the USB stick, and power on the receiver again.

Other Vu+ related

Cable Scan issue's?

There is bug with the VU+ drivers so that a scan can not be completed if tuner D is used.

This is the issue: input3 and input2 have no input3_choices or input4_choices so the Enigma2 doesn't try to initialize them.

/proc/stb/tsmux/input1_choices:CI0 CI1 A B
/proc/stb/tsmux/input0_choices:CI0 CI1 A B
/proc/stb/tsmux/input3:A
/proc/stb/tsmux/input2:A
/proc/stb/tsmux/input1:B
/proc/stb/tsmux/input0:AA simple solution is to initialize them manually.

Temporary solution until reboot

echo -n C >  /proc/stb/tsmux/input2
echo -n D >  /proc/stb/tsmux/input3

Note: VU+ should add input2_choices and input3_choices nodes.

Temporary Solution, that still works after a reboot: Install the IPK files that are posted at: https://forums.openpli.org/topic/49214-vuplus-duo2-dvb-t2-tuner-nim-tt3l10-stopped-working/page-3#entry701207 Reboot the receiver, and the scan problems are solved.

The file that can be found at the forum (see below) will place the original factory bootlogo back on your receiver. The content of the file needs to be placed on a USB pen drive. The file contains splash screens for the models:

duo2, solo2, solo4k, solose, ultimo, ultimo4k, vuduo4k, uno, uno4k, uno4kse, zero, zero4k and the Duo 4K SE

You do not have to pick one of the bootlogo's.. Your receiver selects only the file that must be needed. .

So the following steps must be taken:

  1. Place the content of the zip file on the USB pendrive.
  2. reboot your receiver
  3. flash the 'image' (This wil take a few second)
  4. when the flash is completed, remove the USB pendrive
  5. restart your receiver

File: https://forums.openpli.org/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=134711

Note: for some reason Vu+ changed the name of the splash file introducing the Vu Duo 4K SE from splash_cfe_auto.bin to splash_auto.bin