Flair periodically releases firmware updates to add features, improve security, or resolve issues. Firmware updates are downloaded over WiFi and only take a few seconds to install. When a new firmware version is available, you will be notified via email. These updates will only download and install after your click a link to confirm installation.
Firmware updates require WiFi. In some instances, Flair’s radio range can be larger than the range of most WiFi networks. This means that a Puck may operate normally, but may be unable to download firmware updates. Temporarily moving a Puck closer to your WiFi router can help. Make sure your Pucks are within WiFi range before starting the firmware update process.
For your Pucks to receive a firmware update they must be discovered and online in your Flair home and must be assigned to a room. If you have Pucks that are not normally assigned to a room you can assign them to a room temporarily for the OTA firmware update.