How to Update Mudita OS on a Mudita Pure?
Modified on: Mon, 13 Mar, 2023 at 6:23 PM
Updates to the Mudita Pure's operating system are done through our desktop application Mudita Center, available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
How to update your Mudita Pure through Mudita Center
Connect your Mudita Pure to your computer with the USB-C cable and make sure that Mudita Center runs on your machine and recognizes your device.
Go to the “Overview” section inside Mudita Center.
In the sub-section showing your Mudita OS version, you will be shown your Pure's current system version and notified whether your phone needs updating with an “Update is available” prompt.
Click the “Download Now” button and follow the instructions.
After a successful update, your Pure will automatically restart. After that, you will be able to see your MuditaOS version in the “Overview” section.
Some system releases can be installed only if your Pure is already running the previous software version. In these situations, a direct update from an older version is not possible. Instead, you would go through a sequential update, which will automatically take you through all the necessary steps to upgrade by multiple versions at once.
The instructions for a sequential update will be mostly the same as for a regular one, but:
The update prompt will be slightly different and include a list of all the versions that will be installed in sequence.
In most cases, you can simply click to begin the process, then wait for it to complete. It will take longer than a single update, but all stages will happen automatically.
The exception that would require your input during the process is if your Mudita Pure is secured by a passcode. In that situation, you will be asked to provide the code after each successfuly updated version before the process can continue to the next one.
Remember not to use or unplug your Pure from the computer during the update process. The procedure can take several minutes to complete. Disrupting the update process can corrupt the phone's system, rendering the device unusable.
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