Should I update? (SOLVED)

Hi everyone! Hope you're all having a nice life! :slight_smile:
I recently installed firmware OpenWrt 19.07.10 r11427-9ce6aa9d8d / LuCI openwrt-19.07 branch git-22.099.58928-786ebc9 on my TP-LINK Archer C20 v5 and it's working fine. I followed this guide:
Now, I noticed there's an upgrade, openwrt-22.03.4-ramips-mt76x8-tplink_archer-c20-v5-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin and I tried updating but got a warning:

I've no idea what it means and would really appreciate any help/guidance in this. Thanks in advance for your answers.

i do not have that device ,but DO NOT KEEP SETTING from 19 version to 22.
also wait a replay from guys that have the device.

Ok. Got it. Thanks for your reply.

So, I did some reading here around in the forum and found a few posts on this device. This one Upgrading firmware on Archer C20 v5 in particular helped me make up my mind, so I unchecked "keep settings" just as @ercolino suggested, check "force upgrade" hit "continue" and now is running "OpenWrt 22.03.4 r20123-38ccc47687" and so far, so good. :slight_smile:

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There's a 22.03.5 too, if you think you can live through another round of excitement :wink:

ha! Yeah, I saw it too, but I wasn't sure whether that was "stable" or "nightly" since here only 22.03.4 is listed, is it 22.03.5 "stable" too?

no idea why the URL in the wiki's stuck at .4, yes .5 is stable too.

Cool! I'll give it a try later. Too much excitement for now :wink: Thanks!

Sorry to keep bothering you, but I'm about to try flashing 22.03.5 and am wondering whether I can keep settings this time?

EDIT: I just did, all good. :slight_smile:

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yes, you can :slight_smile:

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Thanks! Yes, I just did. All good.


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