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ECMini, EC3 & EH3 Firmware Update

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Shanling ECMini Firmware V2.0

Download from Google Drive

Shanling EC3 Firmware V1.6

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Shanling EH3 Firmware V1.3

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Changes and fixes on ECMini

1.       Added output switch into swipe down menu

2.       Optimized functions of swipe down menu in USB DAC and Bluetooth receiver modes

3.       Optimized performance when playing CD discs

4.       Other fixes and improvements

Changes and fixes on EC3

1.       Added aptx HD and aptX support to Bluetooth Receiver Mode

2.       Added search function to SyncLink Mode

3.       Optimized CD playback

4.       Fixed issue that was causing device not to wake up correctly

5.       Other fixes and improvements

Changes and fixes on EH3

1.       Added search function to SyncLink Mode

2.       Other fixes and improvements

How to update ECMini

Firmware Update Demands a MicroSD card

        1. Download the firmware package, unzip it, and copy the upgrade file "update.bin" to the MicroSD card. Copy the file into the main/root directory, do not copy it into any folders.

        2. Insert the MicroSD card into the EC Mini.

            Go to ”System” – “System Update” and confirm the update.

            Wait for the system to update and restart automatically.

            You can go to “System” – “About” to confirm firmware was installed correctly.

How to update EC3 & EH3

1. Copy the “update.bin” file into root folder / main folder / highest level of USB drive and insert it into EC3/EH3. 

2. Go to System settings - System Update and click on “Local Update” and confirm. Wait until system restarts and completes the instalation. Check in settings "About" to be sure new firmware is installed. 

3. If the update doesn’t start after choosing “System Update”, please check if the file has been correctly unzipped, if the file is placed in the correct level of the drive, or if the file hasn’t been damaged during the transfer.