@tlewis Feature request submitted.
I’ve watched all of the PBXact training videos and so saw Chris demo the firmware management section, and I’ve read so much about the phone system & phones that I have a headache. Plus, the GUI is simple enough that I’d be able to figure out that you have to put the firmware you want in an appropriate bank regardless… you guys made it so easy that pretty much anyone could do it.
FYI - My confusion stemmed from the fact that the header identifies them as ‘Available Firmwares’ rather than packages/bundles and the versions of these bundles are so close to that of the actual firmware. Because of this, the above message in this thread saying that version 54 was needed to fix this problem, that version 50 was the latest shown as being available, and I’m new to using PBXact & still in the initial setup process of the system, I assumed that there was something wrong with the system or I needed to do something in order to get it to update the list of available firmware so I could use 54. Before it was revealed to me that the items listed under ‘Available Firmware’ weren’t the actual firmware versions available, I naturally did not try to update the firmware to version 50 since the phones shipped with 52 and it’d be a step back. Because of this, I never saw the firmware bundle explode out into different firmware versions for multiple different devices.