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  1. #31
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    Thanks mrw! I've just ordered one on eBay. Fingers crossed!

  2. #32
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    Glad I found this thread after running my SBT into the same „Verify Ethernet Connection“ loop, so thanks for the solution provided here.

    My Wifi is dead, too (hardly ever used it). There seem to be other side effects, my SBT refused to connect to a new server or mysb, that‘s where my troubles started.

    Some days ago I bought a second (used) SBT for another room - maybe the first one got jealous ;-)

  3. #33
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    no wifi any longer

    Quote Originally Posted by SqueezedUser View Post
    Hello,

    Just SOLVED the SBT endless "Verify Ethernet connection" looping screen appearing after having reset a wired SBT (FW 7.8.0 r16754) the following way:

    • copy the file http://update.slimdevices.com/update...7.3_r16676.bin to a FAT-formatted (old) SD-Card
    • rename that file to fab4.bin
    • insert the SD card in the "looping" SBT, which reacts with a menu (with FW-Upgrade among other items !)
    • select firmware upgrade to FW 7.7.3 r16676 OK


    Thereafter it reloads the old firmware, then the SBT reboots normally, asking for the mysqueezebox account parameters...

    Meaning that the SBT is back, running (although with a quite older release).

    Hoping this workaround may help.


    Kind regards
    Pierre

    Hi There

    FW 7.7.3 r16676 and still no option wifi connection available. i did factory reset several times. The only option is Ethernet. Any advice please.
    Regards
    Marcin

  4. #34
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    This issue has been documented here for sometime.

    https://forums.slimdevices.com/showt...hoose-Language

    PS: I haven't been been here in awhile.

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fizbin View Post

    PS: I haven't been been here in awhile.
    Some of us had noticed

    Hope all is well with you, and anyone near and dear

    Keep safe

    ronnie

  6. #36
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    same here

    I ran into the exact same problems (no wlan0 shown in ifconfig or iwconfig) only that a downgrade via SD Card to the specified old FW does not have any effect still no wlan0 in the system.

    Maybe depends on the version the SBT was delivered with....only a guess that a rollback to that specific one may help to overcome that. Can of course also be a defect in the HW chip of the marvell device.

    So for me no luck there

    best regards,

    Armin

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Some of us had noticed

    Hope all is well with you, and anyone near and dear

    Keep safe

    ronnie
    Good to hear from you Ronnie! I sold all my SB gear since I only listen to headphones via my PC now. But I still have your O2 Joggler.

  8. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fizbin View Post
    Good to hear from you Ronnie! I sold all my SB gear since I only listen to headphones via my PC now. But I still have your O2 Joggler.

    I'm still using mine, not so much perhaps, but I still find it useful.



    This one has the new Bullseye OS (it's a bit beta, but workable)

    https://www.jogglerwiki.com/forum/vi...php?f=2&t=5169

    I have a passive USB hub round the back holding the OS on a usb stick, and at the moment, an Apple USB-C headphone adaptor

    It's using the internal Wi-Fi and runs, Squeezelite, Jivelite and LMS 8.3 with 32 bit binaries.

    ronnie

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