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  1. Yeah a phone call would be great! Haha A simple pop up window warning would be nice for such a major change. Imagine if you updated your Control4 system and then after the system came back online the system was now Creston and all your passwords were no longer good. I’m sure a lot of people wouldn’t proceed with the upgrade had they received a warning message, that’s all I’m saying.
  2. I second this. An advance warning would have been nice. Lots of people don’t read release notes in advance of updating.
  3. I have 2 Control4 amplifiers in my system and they have worked great for years. Today I woke up to one that is no longer powering on. It emits a slight buzzing noise when plugged in. When I unplug it the buzzing goes away. The buzzing comes from the amp itself, not through the speakers. I have not removed it from the rack yet or done any additional troubleshooting. I’m assuming it’s the internal power supply. The amp is model number AVM-16A2-B. It also has a tag on it that says AVM-16A2-BX. My question is can someone tell me the correct part number for a power supply? I assume one could be purchased on Amazon? What is the difficulty in swapping them? Does it require soldering internally or do they unbolt to swap out. I’ve never opened the case. Im hoping I can simply swap out the power supply easily rather than purchasing a new amp. your help is appreciated.
  4. Something strange going on here too. I’ve been experiencing issues with pushover in my project the past two weeks as well. I use location services and pushover with Alan’s IFTTT driver for geofencing. I noticed none of my geofence events would trigger about two weeks ago. I re entered my pushover credentials in the driver section and things started to work again. Then again this past Friday I noticed they stopped working again. Entered the exact same pushover credentials again and it started working again. Prior to this they have been working perfect in my system for the past few years.
  5. I tried the downgrade through the UI which didn’t work as posted above. Can anyone confirm if the firmware can be loaded through the rear USB port? If so what is the procedure to do this? What format does the USB stick have to be if it can be done? wouldn’t mind trying this first if it can be done before buying a new unit.
  6. rf9000 i apologize. I miss informed you with my previous posts. I integrated my intellitouch system many many years ago and the I-link adapter was required at that time. I haven’t played around with the pool portion of my project for years. I looked at a newer intellitouch system today and see they now have a built in network port. I also checked the C4 drivers and I see there is a newer intellitouch driver. You should be able to run a Cat cable directly to your intellitouch control panel and use the newer driver to integrate with your C4 system. My apologies for my miss information.
  7. I had a few free minutes so I tried the downgrade. It doesn’t brick the unit but it also won’t downgrade. The downgrading of the firmware fails. I tried it a few times. That sucks.
  8. Thanks Dan. To me the NK-1 is useless as it is so if it bricks trying to downgrade I’m not out anything. Hopefully it works though. Fingers crossed. I will try downgrading it this evening or tomorrow and post back.
  9. Glad my posted helped you out by preventing you from updating. so far I have not been able to find older firmware. Might have to just buy a new unit that’s still running older firmware.
  10. Unfortunately I didn’t back up my NK-1 before updating. If someone has pre 2.0 firmware file for an NK-1 they can send me it would be appreciated. Then maybe I can try rolling it back.
  11. I’m going to leave my RK-1 firmware where it is. My system is rock solid as it is and don’t want something to get messed up with the firmware update. I don’t want it to turn into the same situation as my NK-1.
  12. I’m not liking that the firmware update switched it to an OvrC Pro Hub. Now I can’t access the regular functionality of an NK-1 to access, setup and control my Pakedge AP’s. And I can’t access the AP’s directly because they say controlled by the NK-1. Is there a way to downgrade it back to the previous NK-1
  13. That worked. Thank you. Greatly appreciated. I noticed my Pakedge router has a firmware update available as well? Is it the same with the router too?
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