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Re: Next firmware release

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Not exactly, but there are details and discussions in relation to each beta firmware release.

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hedonist wrote: Thu Oct 25, 2018 9:49 am Is there a list anywhere of what firmware releases were released on what date, and what new features they contain?
For previous versions there is this page on the website:
https://store.e-stim.co.uk/index.php?ma ... 4e6vfukgr2
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Are there any "feature" lists available for the new firmwares?
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admin wrote: Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:38 pm 2.106 has been released, 2.107 is now with developers, 2.108 is in development and 2.109 is planned.

Timescales - in the next month assuming everything passes

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You are asking us about a post from 4 years ago? Well we changed our minds and started to release betas via the developers forum. Currently on version 2.122B.

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Re: Next firmware release

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That's correct four year old post, With the potential of a possible 3/4 upgrades suprised why they were scraped?
Fully aware of the current BETA 2.122B which is riddled with bugs, but i am sure the developers are on to it. :)

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admin wrote: Fri Nov 18, 2022 2:38 pm You are asking us about a post from 4 years ago? Well we changed our minds and started to release betas via the developers forum. Currently on version 2.122B.

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It's not 'riddled with bugs', there appears to be one or two issues, with one subset of modes, that crop up in some very difficult to nail down situations, which the vast number of users don't encounter, which is why the Beta is still being offered in its current forum, and has been used by 1000s of users with no issues - don't forget we talk to users on a daily basis and not just through the forum.

We have created several betas since then that have been released to our internal test team, but since our we and our internal test team play with the units it's down to our and their own personal circumstances, so a normal internal test cycle is around 2-3 months before we raise it to the developers forum. We are due to act on their suggestions, but as we have said before we are not going to be rushed to bring out sometimes until we are happy with it.
We come up with new ideas all the time some work, some don't, and sometimes these things don't appear until multiple people have tried things out - we are all different.

As this thread seems to be causing a little angst and appears to offer no help to users, It's going to be locked. If people wish to discuss the firmware, development and future ideas then I suggest the developers section is more appropriate.

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