So far so good. I’d normally have had to restart the whole home system a couple of times by now and I’ve not had to touch it.
There’s also a BT firmware update for the premium disks, available to “early adopters” which is said to compliment the Hub 3 firmware version I’m now on.
It’s early days, but I was able to watch Sky on a Q mini box last night without any issue whatsoever! After struggling for weeks to do that, it makes me very happy to know my troubles may well be in the past.
@Bainbo it gets added manually, so when that's done I usually get a notification and will be able to update you. It will usually be done overnight so I'd ensure the hub is kept powered on and then just check in the morning if the software version has updated.
@Delliks I've added you to the list for an update.
@Delliks looks like we were able to push that firmware through to you this morning, which probably explains the reboots. That's why we usually do them in the early hours of the morning. Hopefully it's stabilised since, but let us know if you have any problems.
I've updated the main post and the title to reflect this as well, but BT have confirmed to us that the firmware update is only for problems with their Premium Whole Home WiFi products.
Customers using a standard Whole Home WiFi device won't benefit anything from the new firmware. As such we'll only be providing this update to customers with a Premium Whole Home WiFi device at this time.
Our Hub 3 got updated yesterday around 14:00. Due to three of us working from home, we won't get a chance to connect the WHP disks till tomorrow late afternoon. The WH disks BT loaned to us working fine with the VM firmware update ending .200. If the WHP disks are stable then happy days and we will return the WH disks back to BT. Just going to keep them on standby for a couple of weeks before doing it.