Seagate released a new version of their firmware for the Wireless Plus recently at version 2.1.0.014. The performance went from bad to worse as what many users has reported. In order to use our mod firmware of 3.1.2, the Wireless Plus needs to be on 2.0.0.055.
Many users have reported that the firmware upgrade does not allow a downgrade but this does not stop the team from bringing you the detailed method in getting your Wireless Plus back to firmware version 2.0.0.055.Here’s how you can do it. :
For the non-linux users , The detailed PDF can be downloaded from Detailed Instructions on downgrading Wireless Plus Firmware
For the technical know hows, here’s the short summary :
PS : To download v 2.0.0.055 of the Wireless Plus, you can grab it from http://hackseagatesatellite.com/FIRMWARE/W+Satellite_Firmware200055.iso
Many users have requested for this and the team has put up this documentation and we hope users would find it useful.
PDF file is about 4.1MB to download.
Detailed Installation Instructions for V3.02 or V3.12 of our mod firmware
As we move towards the release of the mod firmware for Wireless Plus, we just want to show you what you can expect on the new Wireless Plus interface that we have put up for you in comparison with the GoFlex Satellite Interface that we have had since version 3.0.
The Wireless Plus firmware will be released as version 3.1.2 for our development identification as we rolled out the final mod firmware for the GoFlex Satellite as version 3.0.2.
The interface for the Wireless Plus is written to feel the same as the GoFlex Satellite. Under the summary page, you will notice that battery status is reported in the Wireless Plus. On the top left hand corner, the battery is represented graphically.
Lots of users has been asking how to replace the HDD on the Wireless Plus. Some wanted to change to a Solid State Drive.
In this video tutorial, we show you how.
In CES 2013, Seagate announced a new product known as the Wireless Plus Harddisk meant to replace the GoFlex Satellite that has been in the market for almost 2 years.
Our hardware team could not wait to get our hands onto the new drives the moment they are out in the market to have a quick peep at the insides of it.
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With the introduction of multiple partition in version 3.01 of our firmware, we create this document to provide a step-by-step guide on how to do so using Mac OS X.
For Windows users, the process is the same as using your Disk Manager but you do not need to worry about partition map scheme.
For Mac Users, it is important to pay attention to the partition map scheme.
Well, someone in the team wanted always to become a full couch potato… NOW You Can!
Just an IR to power up or power down the GoFlex Satellite! Continue reading
After our mod using Version 3 of our firmware, the default hostname is gfs.local. The default SSID is gfs and the default password is 1234567890
This tutorial illustrates to you on how to change the hostname, SSID as well as the Password to the Wireless on the GoFlex Satellite.
This is a new major feature of our Version 3 Firmware for the Seagate GoFlex Satellite which we have spent months to do so.
With this properly setup, your files on Dropbox can be synced with the GoFlex Satellite making this a really awesome solution for Road Warriors.
We currently do not support Unicode File names as of now.
Version 3 is a FREE upgrade for all our existing Version 2 customers.
Imagine bringing your ENTIRE, if not MOST of your Music collection with you on the go. Play it on your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad*, Android devices….
With the iTunes Server or DAAP Server, this is definitely possible.
This feature is available from our Version 3 of our firmware.