Note: Changing these settings requires entering the System Recovery Utility menu. This is NOT recommended without a clear understanding of the settings and the consequences of changing them.
Using two memory banks (NAND1 and NAND2) improves the reliability of the software update process. If the operation fails, you can boot from the alternative bank. After successful STB updating the Boot Mode value automatically changes to the opposite one (NAND1 or NAND2).
To change the boot mode for your device, follow these steps:
- Enter the System Recovery Utility menu.
- Select Boot Mode by pressing OK on your remote. You can then select one of two boot modes: NAND 1 or NAND2 – these are the banks of internal non-volatile memory in your STB that are used to store the software. The STB software from specified memory bank will be booted.
- If you changed the Boot Mode confirm by pressing yes.
- Select Exit and Reboot on the screen, confirm with yes.
Note: If instead of Exit and Reboot you pressed Exit on your remote, press Menu on RC to return to main utility menu.
- You’ll see a display showing booting progress.
- If the software loads successfully, you’ll see the user interface of the embedded or external portal on your TV screen (depending on your STB software settings).