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Upgrade to 6h ?


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Toni169

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Hi Guys,
I just want to upgrade my netduma. I dont have a PC... i join the Netduma page with my iPad.. now i have the Version 6g.. so how can i upgarde it?
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The only difference between g & h is an updated EULA. There is no feature difference.


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As above there is no reason to upgrade to .h. We also have not/will not give the .h file out. .g is absolutely fine


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Current firmware version (1.03.6i) - If you are on anything below this, follow the instructions carefully to upgrade.
 
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