When i connected the Jambox to the computer, i pressed the sync button on the jawbone mytalk page, and it said "
Update did not complete.
Your Jawbone may not be in a working condition.
Any ideas why it's like this?
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Same thing with mine. Now it won't let me get past 4% without freezing. What is the deal? You would think for $300 they would find a way to fix this stuff. Any more issues and no fix for this and its gonna find its way back to a store..... The BOSE are same price range and I haven't heard of any problems from them. Someone let me know if there is a fix.
I have the same problem. It starts to sync then wont get past 1% then an error message appears " Update Failure. Your jambox may not be in working condition. e_fw_server_download_error. What is going on??
If you are experiencing issues updating on MyTALK, there are a couple of things you can try. First, try uninstalling and then reinstalling the Jawbone Updater on your computer. Next, when attempting to update again, use a different browser. Maybe this time use Firefox instead of Chrome. You can also always try a reset on your JAMBOX.
Let me know how this works for you,
I have the same problem. I have reinstalled Jawbone Updater, reset my Jambox, and tried different browsers. I never get past 1%. Is the a manual upgrade option that is less sensitive to network latency?
Does Jawbone actually have any idea why so many syncs fail?
Now, it might be that Jawbone say, actually, we have x million customers, but we only have 50 people on the forums who say they can't sync. Which would actually be a really poor reply, even if they said it, which I doubt they would.
Having had a load of trouble with the 2.1 update, I expected these sorts of issues to be sorted out with the 2.2 update - but it seems not.
If someone reports a problem, why do you ask what operating system they are using? Does this mean that if they say a particular OS, that you already know the answer, and can tell them, but just haven't bothered to publish a FAQ, or even to actually fix the problem?
If not, does it mean that you haven't tested that operating system?
I do know that these things aren't always that simple, but you could be providing customers with more information, more quickly.
Of all the devices and software I have ever updated over many years, I genuinely cannot think of one that has been such an issue.
Please see my post to the forum 'Some suggestions to Jawbone'.
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