This is really strange…
These x-mas days I have the very first opportunity for trying out my AEROS loop studio. Of course I want to use the newest beta version. So I downloaded 2.13.1. beta version. And yes, it was exactly this file, nothing else… And I renamed the file to aeros.bin and then connected my Sony A6500 via USB (using as SD card reader to copy the firmware file) to my PC. Formatted the SD card to exFAT in Total Commander and copied the firmware file to the SD card. Disconnected the SD card. SD card connected into the AEROS. Switched the AEROS on. Clicked on “Updates”. Installed the Update. And now the “joke”: the AEROS was updated to version 2.11.1 – but I guaranteed downloaded and copied the 2.13.1!
Next issue: now any old (or same versioned) firmware files (of course renamed always to aeros.bin) are no longer recognized by the AEROS. I tried it with three other SD cards and some older firmware versions, but: same procedure, same results.
Luckely I recorded my first (and only successful) firmware update process: https://youtu.be/fJJMFfAbcB0
SD card reader of the AEROS is dead? -> https://youtu.be/7ryPjo042MU
I don’t think my three SD cards (all the same: SanDisk adapter and Micro-SanDisk Extreme 64GB) -> https://i.imgur.com/x21rkwD.jpg