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HawK89
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  #1189854 6-Dec-2014 12:36
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For those who want to revert back to a previous firmware version, here is a link.
ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade/FRITZ!Box_7390/english/7390_6.03/
Here are some instructions (if you need them).
http://en.avm.de/nc/service/fritzbox/fritzbox-7390/knowledge-base/publication/show/257_Installing-older-FRITZ-OS-downgrade/

attewell
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  #1189964 6-Dec-2014 20:19
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Since 6.20.. I have had degraded voice quality on my 7390.. not much help from Snap yet

 
 
 
 


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  #1189985 6-Dec-2014 22:07
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attewell: Since 6.20.. I have had degraded voice quality on my 7390.. not much help from Snap yet


Assuming you have a fritzfon, have you checked its up to date?





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nzgeek
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  #1190019 7-Dec-2014 01:02
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HawK89: For those who want to revert back to a previous firmware version, here is a link.
ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade/FRITZ!Box_7390/english/7390_6.03/
Here are some instructions (if you need them).
http://en.avm.de/nc/service/fritzbox/fritzbox-7390/knowledge-base/publication/show/257_Installing-older-FRITZ-OS-downgrade/

The 6.06 firmware is also available. The firmware image can be found directly under ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade/FRITZ!Box_7390/english/ (don't look for a subfolder).

attewell: Since 6.20.. I have had degraded voice quality on my 7390.. not much help from Snap yet

Have you tried the 6.20 beta? It's got a fix for a WiFi issue that is known to affect the Twitter app on smartphones, so this could have some effect on the Fritz!Fon too.

You should be able to download it from ftp://service.avm.de/Beta/FRITZ!Box_7390/english/. It's a fairly big zip file as it contains the 6.20 beta image, 6.20 official release image, and a 6.20 firmware recovery tool.

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