FLASH DUMP ASTRA 7000 HD MINI Receiver

CM-S6605M3-v1.4

ASTRA 7000 HD MINI Satellite Receiver

ASTRA 7000 HD MINI flash dump file or the flash file is a boot information data with software/program of a satellite receiver, which is located at EEPROM, or Flash IC or Memory IC of ASTRA 7000 HD MINI receiver. The main processor/Microcontroller retrieves the information from memory ic when it is power on to know how to work/boot.

ASTRA 7000 HD MINI

If the Flash IC/Memory IC of the ASTRA 7000 HD MINI receiver is damaged for any reason or its software/firmware malfunctions due to any reason then the Main controller does not get any boot/basic information and the satellite receiver ASTRA 7000 HD MINI does not turn on. In this situation, we need to reprogram the flash ic of the ASTRA 7000 HD MINI receiver with the matched hardware flash dump file to get the receiver in normal condition. A flash dump file of ASTRA 7000 HD MINI is shared for technician/user support.

Information and Specifications of ASTRA 7000 HD MINI:

  • Manufacturer: ASTRA
  • Box Model: 7000 HD MINI
  • Main Board:  CM-S6605M3-v1.4
  • Main Controller or Chipset:
  • Software Version:
  • Box Type: Digital Full HD
  • Flash Type: SPI SOP8/SOIC8
  • Flash Memory: GD25Q32B
  • Flash Size: 4 Mb
  • Software Type: Backup Dump
  • Download File Format: ZIP
  • Download Type: Free

Special Note:

Given ASTRA 7000 HD MINI receiver software is a backup dump flash file that can be loaded by a Programmer or with a Loader tool in the dead receiver or can be upgraded/downgraded in the working receiver by the USB Upgrade method or with STB Upgrade Tool. Flash Dump Files Team is not responsible for any type of damage/loss because of uploading/downloading the software.

FLASH DUMP FILES

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