To update the operating system and the firmware of Robotino®, please proceed as follows. Afterwards, confirm the installation with the y key and Enter. At the end of the installation Robotino® is switched off automatically. Note that after updating the operating system the network settings are changed.Preperation: Please, save all programs of your Robotino®. Download the current image of the operating system and the firmware. Copy the image to directory boot on the USB stick, which was delivered to you along with your Robotino®. Plug the USB stick into a free USB port of Robotino®. After the installation Robotino® starts an access point using network name Robotino3AP and password robotino3ap.To make sure you have all your information and files saved up neatly, you need a backup.To back up your Mac, you need to activate Time Machine.Making simple setting changes now could protect your personal e-property (email, files, etc.) and then you can let your computer handle the rest.Having the latest software version means your computer or device will be not only be more secure but will also perform better and be more reliable.You can also view the most recent versions on the Software Catalog.
Utilize anti-virus programs and configure automatic updates if possible.
Connect a keyboard to an available USB port of Robotino®. Start Robotino® while pressing the F7 key for the Premium Edition or the F11 key for the Basic Edition. In the dialog "Please select boot device" use the arrow keys to select the third entry displaying the type of your USB stick to boot from and press Enter. Confirm booting from the USB stick by pressing Enter. After booting, enter the number of the new image copied to the USB stick and press Enter.
Pressing the reset button these network settings are also restored as default settings.
If that sounds like a lot of work, you can get a Mac cleaner like Clean My Mac for the job.
That will give your Mac a basic system cleanup, but Clean My Mac is going to come in handy after the update as well.