Herelink can be updated on PC, Mac and Linux as per the below process. Newer firmware versions allow you to update the Herelink remote via wifi from with-in the settings app, this is only available if you have the Solex TX app installed.
Connect the Herelink Remote unit to your PC via USB.
Put the Herelink Remote Unit into Fastboot by pressing Power and D button simultaneously while turning on.
Extract and Run the application packaged inside the zip file.
After Remote Unit upgrade is complete the Unit will automatically restart once finished.
Herelink Remote Unit will boot up with Activation window, follow the steps below to continue.
Important: Before proceeding the air unit must be connected to a suitable power supply and antennas must be connected at all times.
The air end update process is the same as the ground station above apart from there is not requirement to place the unit in Fastboot as per step 2 before starting.
After upgrading the Herelink firmware you may be required to activate your device, you will be presented with the 'Update Device' Screen
Note: Herelink must be connected to an internet connection via WiFi to activate.
Connect Herelink to your WiFi connection from the settings menu
Select your region then click 'Proceed'
You will then be prompted to input your 16 digit software activation key.
Note:On later Herelink versions your key will be located on the box, for earlier Herelink versions you should contact your original reseller to obtain a valid licence key.
Once input click 'done' the 'Register' and your device will then download the latest software and update itself.
If your Herelink has Solex TX installed you can now update your ground station via the built in update feature.
Note: The air end will still need to be updated via the above process.
Make sure you Herelink is connected to wifi and has an internet connection available
Pull down from the top and select the settings cog in the top corner
Scroll to the bottom and click the 'About phone' option
Select 'System Update'
Select 'CHECK FOR UPDATE' in the bottom corner
The system will now check for an update and install it automatically
There are 3 things the need to be checked if you receive an error
You are connected to stable wifi
The device time is correct
You entered the correct Key