Q: Why should you update your software?
Software updates bring new features, bug fixes and improve security of your projector. It is recommended to always update your projector to the latest available version to get the best features
Q: How should I do it?
The latest software of your PicoPix Micro 2TV can be found on www.philips.com/support.
You need a USB stick and a computer to download the update file. Please make sure your USB stick has at least 256Mb free space, and your USB stick is formatted as FAT16 or FAT32.
Follow these steps:
Before you update the software of your projector, check the current software version by pressing the Projector/Input button on your remote to access the settings options then navigate to Software Version:
IMPORTANT: there are 2 Hardware versions for the Micro 2TV (PPX360): R1 and R2. If R2 is written before the software version, you need to download the correct file on our Philips website.
Check the latest software version available on www.philips.com/support. Find your product (model number: PPX360), and locate Software and drivers, select R1 or R2
Download the zipped software file, then unzip and save it in the root directory of the USB flash drive (the file extension should be .bin)
Open the bottom panel of the projector by
removing the 2 rubber cap
removing the 2 screws
Gently remove the bottom cap
Gently slide the square box and remove the left USB cable
Power ON the projector by pressing the POWER button located on the back of the projector, wait 10seconds and Insert the USB stick with the firmware update.
Press OK on on the back on the Projector to access the settings options and navigate to Firmware Upgrade, then press OK on again.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update
The projector will restart after few seconds.
- Plug back the USB cable to the square box
- Place the square box to its original location
- Close the bottom cap
- Place back the screw and caps
Remember: do not power off your projector or remove your USB stick during update. It’s mandatory to keep your projector plugged into power during this time