Once you know the com port, go to the Bury Update Manager and choose the correct com port and press Next (the program is now unzipping the repository) the Next button will need pressing again in a few seconds.The software will then send across and once completed you will get a Please note that for CC-9060 Units do not update current units that have lower than V174 software straight to the latest version as this may cause problems.
Once installed you will see a ‘Download’ button, select this and then the model of kit and the program will download the latest available version of software for you.
(Please note if you wish to store the software for future ‘off line’ use you will need to manually download the file from Bury.com) Then put the car kit into Update Mode (Settings – Device – System – Software Update – Yes) The kit will only stay in update mode for around 5 minutes if no bluetooth connection is made.
When running Webupdater, it will update the main unit software and then ask if you want to check for additional updates.
The additional updates section is where GPS software updates are located, and we recommend you check for these updates when you update your handheld main unit software.
Before you begin, you will need to go to Garmin's website and download their "Web Updater" software.
Once you have installed the software on your computer, updating the Alpha 100 Handheld and TT Collar is pretty easy.
In LPE it is not possible to control the update behavior in this manner and it is all automatic.
Note that this article is quite lengthy as the entire process is described in detail, accompanied by various log entries and other examples.
The following preparation steps do not need to be performed on any devices but are included to illustrate key behavior in the process as well as verify a functional device update service.