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Iriver iMP-400 Firmware 2.80

Driver update in Other Devices. Operating system support: Windows (all).

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What's New:
  • This is official firmware of iMP-400 V2.80 (US)

How to upgrade firmware

Before the Firmware Upgrade, please read below instruction carefully!
  1. Check your player's firmware version which is shown when you power on the player. If the latest firmware version is currently on your player, you do not have to upgrade. Do not disconnect the USB cable, turn off the unit, or remove the battery during firmware upgrade.
  2. Check the Free Space indicator in iriver Music Manager to ensure you have enough free space on your player for the firmware upgrade. If there is not an enough free space available, please make more space by deleting some stored files.
    • Note : This firmware upgrade procedure is based on the iFP-180T. Except for the file name, the steps are the same for the all iFP Series.
  3. Please download the firmware file to your desktop at DOWNLOAD section.
  4. After downloading the firmware file, please uncompress the file.You will get ".hex file".
  5. Now, turn on your flash player and connect the player to your PC via the USB cable, then open 'iriver Music Manager '.
  6. In iriver Music Manager, Go to Tools -> Firmware Upgrade in the menu
  7. After selecting 'Firmware upgrade', the Open box appears prompting you to open the upgrade file from the desktop (where you saved it.)
  8. Your Flash Player will recognize the upgrade file(hex file) and start to upgrade. During the upgrade, the window below will pop up.
  9. When the upgrade is finished, your flash player will power off automatically.
  10. Click 'OK' and make sure that the firmware version has been changed by using Firmware information on Help menu. (The player should be connected to the PC with a USB cable while you check the firmware version information.)
  11. Or you can confirm it on the screen of remote when you power on the player.
  12. When iFP is automatically powered off after firmware upgrade, below window may apprears on Windows 2000/ XP or other O/S.
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