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How to Update Your Livebox Firmware
Livebox is a wireless router that provides internet access and VoIP services. It is manufactured by Inventel and distributed by Orange. If you have a Livebox device, you may want to update its firmware to get the latest features and security patches.
Firmware is the software that runs on your Livebox device. It controls how it works and communicates with other devices. Updating your firmware can improve your Livebox performance, stability, and security.
There are two ways to update your Livebox firmware: automatically or manually. In this article, we will explain both methods and provide some tips for a successful update.
Automatic Firmware Update
The easiest way to update your Livebox firmware is to let it do it automatically. Livebox devices check for firmware updates regularly and download them when they are available. You don't need to do anything except keep your Livebox connected to the internet and plugged into an outlet.
To check if your Livebox has the latest firmware, you can use the Surface app on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 PC. Follow these steps:
Select Start , search for surface, then select the app from the list of results.
On Help & support, check if the update status is "You're up to date" or something else.
If needed, select the option to update the device.
If you have trouble updating your Livebox firmware automatically, see Trouble installing Surface and Windows updates?
Manual Firmware Update
If you want to update your Livebox firmware manually, you will need to download the firmware file from the internet and flash it onto your device using a special program. This method is useful if you need to update an offline device, update many devices that are all the same model, or if you're creating system images for your organization.
To update your Livebox firmware manually, follow these steps:
Download the firmware file for your Livebox model and version of Windows from Livebox Firmware. The file name should end with .dwb.
Download the RGWRepair.exe program from the same link. This program is designed to recover the Livebox from a complete failure of the flash system.
Connect your Livebox to your PC using a standard (not crossover) RJ45 patch cable between the PC and the YELLOW (upper) RJ45 connector on the Livebox.
Make sure that there is no ADSL feed to the Livebox.
Run the RGWRepair.exe program on your PC. Select the network adapter that you have plugged the patch cable into and then select the firmware file that you downloaded in step 1.
Hold in button 1 on the Livebox, then apply power to the unit (button 1 is circled red in the picture below) until you see 3 LEDs light up on the top of the Livebox, then release button 1.
Follow the instructions given by the RGWRepair program. Flashing will take about 5 minutes.
Once you have updated your Livebox firmware manually, you may want to install a telnet server and then use the web backdoor exploit to get command line access. See Telnet Server for more details. aa16f39245