Download new firmware v1.09 for iBasso DX200

Posted in Nov 15, 2019 in Firmwares, no comment

This firmware is only for iBasso DX200 device.

Download new firmware v1.09 for iBasso DX200 from here or here. Download previous version 1.07 from here.

Firmware details
Archive name: DX200-8.1-v1.09.zip
Archive file size: 690 MB
Firmware image: DX200-8.1-v1.09.zip
Release date: 2019-11-14
Build number: iBasso/DX200/DX200:8.1.0/OPM6.171019.030.K1/190621:userdebug/test-keys

Improvements with this firmware
1. Added Output Level option for AMP9. Now, high or low output for AMP9 can be chosen under system settings/ audio settings.
2. Improved the compatibility of the SPDIF 192k digital output with some external DACs.(Android OS)
3. Now Bluetooth receiver supports AAC protocol.(Android OS)
4. Rectified the bug that when using some third party player APPs and the earphone was unplugged, the auto pause didn’t function.(Android OS)

Instructions For Firmware update
Before this firmware update, please make sure your DX200 has been updated to the Android 8.1 OS. If you are not on 8.1, please download the Android O V1.01 firmware, then complete the firmware update using the Android Tool that you can find inside the firmware zip. The instructions for updating to 8.1 are also inside the zip once you have unzipped the file.

If the DX200 is already using the Android 8.1 OS, then follow the instructions below to complete the firmware update.
1. Copy and paste the DX200-8.1-v1.09.zip to your SD card’s root folder.
2. Go to Android OS, press Settings–>System–>Updater–>local update–>default and tap the zip file.
3. The whole update will take about 10 minutes. Reboot the DX200 after update completed. You can also choose to do a factory reset at this time to clear any artifacts from the previous firmware.

 

Caution Please do not update firmware unless you know what you are doing, you really want it or it is absolutely necessary. Firmware updates may occasionally have bad results, like bricking your device, temporarily or permanently. The firmware update process is done entirely at your own risk. Before attempting to update the firmware, back up your data.

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