FAQ:"Bricked" LokSound Decoder
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Bricked refers to an incident occurring during the software update of an electronic device, rendering it unresponsive.
After updating the firmware in a LokSound decoder using the LokProgrammer, the decoder may be unresponsive. It is possible some Configuration Variables have been altered.
- Before allowing a firmware update, read and save the decoder configuration to your computer.
- Upon completion of the firmware update write the saved configuration back to the decoder.
There is a possibility when the firmware update was performed some CVs were changed and those have now become the defaults. A reset will not fix that.