Firmware Update

Here you can find the latest firmware version for Anti-Mode 2.0 Dual Core. See below for a list of changes in each revision.

Updating the firmware is easy, but please make sure to follow the instructions carefully. It is especially important to ensure that, once initiated, the update process is not interrupted.

Please do not update unless you absolutely need to!

Updating Dual Core on a Windows PC

To update your Dual Core device to the latest version on a Windows PC, please follow the instructions below.

If you have a newly purchased unit, it is recommended to check the version date of the currently installed software before applying the update; you might already have the latest version! To check the currently installed version, navigate to Main Menu > Settings > System Info.

  1. Click here to download Updater.exe and save it to any location (e.g. on your desktop)
  2. Click here to download the latest firmware package and un-zip it to the same location with the previous file.
  3. Connect the provided USB cable between Dual Core and your PC.
  4. Please remove any unnecessary USB devices from the PC that are not absolutely required during the update. Connecting Dual Core to an external USB hub during the update is not recommended.
  5. Turn on Dual Core and navigate to Main Menu > Settings > PC Link using the remote controller.
  6. Ensure that "PC Connected" is shown on the screen before proceeding to the next step.
  7. Run the updater program (updater.exe) on your computer by double-clicking the "D" icon. Please note that the updater program will require administrator rights to execute. On an older system, you may need to specify administrator privileges manually: right-click on the program icon and select "Run as administrator".
  8. A small dialog window should appear. Click the "Update" button.
  9. Open file dialog will appear. Select the firmware package from the step 2 and click Open.
  10. The automatic update process should begin. Please wait patiently until the process finishes and Dual Core boots itself. Interrupting this process may cause the device to malfunction so please avoid doing so.

Revision History

May 12 2014

Apr 22 2014 Beta

Apr 14 2014 Beta

Feb 18 2014

Feb 14 2014 Beta

Jun 03 2013

Apr 03 2013

Feb 20 2013

Dec 12 2012

Oct 4 2012

Aug 16 2012

Jun 14 2012

Jun 07 2012

Jun 01 2012

May 30 2012

Apr 19 2012 R3

Apr 19 2012