CONDOR OPEN M320HD BACKUP

  • FLASH DUMP CONDOR OPEN M320HD Receiver

    CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_ Satellite Receiver

    CONDOR OPEN M320HD_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 CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_ receiver. The main processor/Micro controller retrieves the information from memory ic when it is power on to know how to work/boot. If the Flash IC/Memory IC of the CONDOR OPEN M320HD_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 CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_ does not turn on. In this situation, we need to reprogram the flash ic of the CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_ receiver with the matched hardware flash dump file to get the receiver in normal condition. A flash dump file of CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_ is shared for technician/user support.

    Information and Specifications of CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_:

    • Manufacturer: CONDOR OPEN
    • Box Model: M320HD_MINI_
    • Main Board:
    • 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 CONDOR OPEN M320HD_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.

    Here is the download link of the CONDOR OPEN M320HD_MINI_ dump file free download.

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