Archive name: 1442505 SJCAM M10 Plus ROM
Archive size: 5.42 MB
Image name: SJCAMM10.bin / LD96660A.bin
Firmware version: v2.7
Changelog: Bug corrections
To upgrade the firmware properly, follow the steps carefully:
Step 1: Please check your current firmware version in the camera settings screen. If your current firmware is v1.5 or lower, please follow start with step 2, if your current firmware is v1.6 or newer, please jump to step 3.
Step 2: Installing Loader Software:
a) Make sure to reformat the MicroSD card. Note: reformatting is a Must.
b) Drag and Drop software “LD96660A.bin” into the root folder of MicroSD card.
c) Insert microSD card into the M10+ unit and power the camera on. Note: makes sure the camera is off when inserting the card. Once the camera is powered on, turn the M10+ off and remove the card.
Step 3: Installing the firmware:
d) Delete software LD96660A.bin from the MicroSD card. Next, copy firmware “SJCAMM10.bin” into the root of the microSD. Note: there is no need to root the card again for Step d.
e) Re-insert the MicroSD into the powered off M10+ and power the unit on. It may take 10-15 seconds for the firmware to install. The blue and yellow light will blink until the firmware is installed and then the unit will power on. Check the firmware version to confirm version has successfully been updated then delete file SJCAMM10.bin from card otherwise the firmware will re-install upon re-powering the unit on.
– Before the firmware update, please make sure to use a high quality class 10 memory card
– Delete the firmware update file/s after installing. You can either delete it by formatting the card on the camera, or manually delete the installation file on the card through your computer.
– Once the M10+ firmware has been updated to Version 1.5 or higher, you cannot flash the M10+ to lower firmware versions. If you revert back to an older firmware version (like v1.3 or v1.4) after v1.6 has been installed, you may brick your unit and camera will no longer be functional.
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.