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Unable to update firmware to Cura 3.0.4

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Posted · Unable to update firmware to Cura 3.0.4

After owning a UM2 for about a year and upgrading the to newest firmware versions without any problems since using it, I've hit a brick wall when trying to get my UM2 to upgrade to the newest Cura 3.0.4

Cura connects to my UM2 without any problems, i go through the update firmware process and it says firmware update successful but when i check my UM2's firmware version, it still says 2.6.2 I've tried many many times but my UM2 refuses to upgrade to 3.0.4 Anyone else having this problem ?

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Posted · Unable to update firmware to Cura 3.0.4

There is no 3.0.4 firmware. So it did everything exactly right; you are at the latest firmware.

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Posted · Unable to update firmware to Cura 3.0.4

There is no 3.0.4 firmware. So it did everything exactly right; you are at the latest firmware.

Many thanks, i thought i'd read that 3.0.4 came with a firmware upgrade but i obviously got that all wrong lol, thanks again for clearing that up ;)

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