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There are two different ways to upgrade a USB-incompatible unit:
 
There are two different ways to upgrade a USB-incompatible unit:
  
#Dump the iQue's NAND, upgrade the SKSA using emoose's iQueTool [https://github.com/emoose/iQueTool/releases], then flash back the updated NAND
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#Dump the iQue's NAND, then upgrade the SKSA using emoose's [https://github.com/emoose/iQueTool/releases iQueTool], then flash back the updated NAND.
#Visit an iQue Depot in China (still available?) and update using that
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#Visit an iQue Depot in China (still available?) and update with that.

Revision as of 07:28, 24 March 2018

The purple sticker for the iQue Player.

There are at least 3 possible stickers attached to the iQue Player box: a purple, a blue, or a red one.

Variations

The three different types of stickers.
  • Purple: These stickers are most common of the three. It has an iQue@Home logo on it, which means its firmware can be connected to PC via USB (more specifically, 32-bit Windows OSes). Buyers have found it useful to check whether the unit is compatible or not.
  • Red: The earliest produced units have a red sticker, which means it's only compatible with iQue Depots and has no USB support.
  • Blue: The third known variant. Very little information is currently available concerning it.

Upgrading

There are two different ways to upgrade a USB-incompatible unit:

  1. Dump the iQue's NAND, then upgrade the SKSA using emoose's iQueTool, then flash back the updated NAND.
  2. Visit an iQue Depot in China (still available?) and update with that.