If for some reason you cannot get your airlens to update Via the OTA server, please use this link to download the update directly. If your airlens has a blinking orange light for the status, you must update via USB.
I connect my AirLens via ethernet rather than Wi-Fi, so OTA will not work for me. I can download 2.7.0 from the link you provided and install via USB. I could do 4.3.95 via mConnect, but you say that is not recommended. What should I do in my situation?
Or am I being too literal — could OTA possibly include ethernet-connected units? Even if that’s the case, in my system it is a huge nuisance to maneuver the AirLens so that I can see the lights on the bottom and hold it in that position while things update. Doing it via USB and mConnect is a lot easier. Advice?
Honestly, fiddling with the little dip-switches, pressing buttons for extended periods of times, doing the hokey pokey and turning myself around all while watching the little flashy lights seems to be such a 1970’s way to get things updated.
I find the mconnect user interface much more user friendly for the converse digital firmware updates. If only PSA could have done that with their firmware update process.
Just know… If your airlens was experiencing any of the orange light issues, or network connectivity issues. It may cause a factory reset to fail. In that case, you will have to update via USB. Once 2.7.0 is on, you should be good to go.