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#196523 3-Jun-2016 09:37
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Just updated my 7490 to the new 6.52 version - and does it look different now...





 

 

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  #1564814 3-Jun-2016 09:49
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Release notes.

 

New features: - with 6.52: Improved stability, correction of fixed IP address assignment
- NEW in version 6.50:
- New user interface design: optimized for tablets, smartphones and notebooks
- The entire home network at a glance - Update FRITZ! products centrally
- Analysis of the wireless LAN and private WiFi hotspot expanded
- Parental controls with tickets to extend online time
- FRITZ!Fon with new start screens and new smart functions
- FRITZ!Box controls the temperature at home


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  #1577509 21-Jun-2016 08:16
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Got the notification for my 7360 this morning.

 

Will install when I get home, anybody updated yet? No issues?


 
 
 
 


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  #1577510 21-Jun-2016 08:27
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No issues here.




 

 

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  #1577536 21-Jun-2016 10:03
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"NEW: use own local DNS server" does this equate to being able to redirect via dns4me or boderlessinternet by any chance?

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  #1577553 21-Jun-2016 10:29
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You could do this with the previous version (but not before that).





 

 

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  #1577556 21-Jun-2016 10:37
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Thanks for the heads up. Just got onto 2D and the update was flawless. 


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#1577561 21-Jun-2016 10:51
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thanks for that will look at tonight and hopefully this will solve some of my issues and save me having to purchase a new piece of kit

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1577848 21-Jun-2016 19:10
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Has anyone seen any notification whether/why the 7390 hasn't got an update? I'm still on 6.3

 

EDIT: Nevermind. Fritzbox International FB page says "vait, you impaschent Amerikan schweinehund. Ve vill release ze softvare for ze 7390 vhen it iz ready."


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  #1577936 21-Jun-2016 20:28
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Hi I have 7360 running 6.52 and it looks like that is the most up to-date version sadly.


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  #1577944 21-Jun-2016 20:41
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Digmarx:

 

Has anyone seen any notification whether/why the 7390 hasn't got an update? I'm still on 6.3

 

EDIT: Nevermind. Fritzbox International FB page says "vait, you impaschent Amerikan schweinehund. Ve vill release ze softvare for ze 7390 vhen it iz ready."

 

 

I spoke to AVM a few weeks back and they said it was in testing and would be released when it had passed the tests.


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  #1578054 22-Jun-2016 06:25
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Updated last night with no issues, spiffy new interface.

 

I do like the new start screens for the Fritzfon, rocking the Fritzbox one at the moment.


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  #1578070 22-Jun-2016 07:49
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I had one issue in that it turned 802.11b wireless off so my Fitbit scale couldn't connect anymore. Setting to switch it back on wasn't very clear either.


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