I'm discussing an issue with MR16 in other thread.
I was adviced to flash new version but I get an error:
Looks like I can't:
Device mr16 not supported by this image Supported devices: meraki,mr16 mr16 -
Image version mismatch: image 2.0, device 1.0. Please wipe config during upgrade (force required) or reinstall.
Reason: Partitions differ from ar71xx version of MR16. Image format is incompatible.
To use sysupgrade, you must change /lib/update/common.sh::get_image to prepend 128K zeroes to this image,
and change the bootcmd in u-boot to "bootm 0xbf0a0000". After that, you can use "sysupgrade -F".
For more details, see the OpenWrt Wiki: https://openwrt.org/toh/meraki/mr16, or the commit message
of the MR16 ath79 port on git.openwrt.org. Invalid image type. Image check failed.
The uploaded image file does not contain a supported format. Make sure that you choose the generic image format for your platform.
Is that possible to flash this version?
Looks like similar thread already exists but with no answers.
If I'm right Admin please delete my thread.
Have you checked the MR16 device page in the wiki as stated in the error message?
I am the developer who ported the Meraki MR16 to the ath79 platform; this is my message.
I changed the partitions on the MR16 because on the ar71xx platform, the MAC address was being overwritten.
We use the MR16 in practice very frequently at
You need to either follow the trick on the device page to move the partitions at the same time as you perform the sysupgrade process, or you need to open it up and reflash the device over the serial console. Let me know if you need help with doing the latter.