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SkyHack -- Things you shouldn't be doing with Celestron's SkyScout

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#26 FlyBD5

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 01:51 PM

Has anyone seen this? It seems there are much newer firmwares for the SkyScout. 

 

http://software.cele...dates/SkyScout/



#27 vegachicago

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 03:22 PM

Has anyone seen this? It seems there are much newer firmwares for the SkyScout. 

 

http://software.cele...dates/SkyScout/

Careful, the version one can only take version one updates, up to 1.30.22.  You cannot update a version 2 with any firmware except the 2.xx.xx  Same for the version three.  If you update to the wrong firmware you can brick it, and have a nice paperweight.




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