Rivo2 Firmware Update Guide


Download the new firmware and unzip it.

Firmware update is done in 4 steps as follows:


Step 1: Setting Rivo into firmware update mode

1.1. Power off Rivo.
1.2. While holding down B4 and B6 together, connect the USB cable connected to a Windows computer to Rivo.
1.3. If there are four short vibrations and the LED blinks in red and green alternately, Rivo has been put into firmware update mode. If not, repeat from 1.1 again.


Step 2: Setting up the device

2.1. Execute "DfuWizard.exe" from the unzipped firmware folder. Then, click "Next". If an error occurs during the execution, download and install vcredist_x86.exe, then proceed again.
2.2. Select the first "Universal Serial Bus (USB)" among the two radio buttons for selecting the "Connection Type", then click "Next".
2.3. If you see the "Upgrade Action" screen, proceed to Step 3.
2.4. Otherwise, if a message window pops up, click "OK", then install the Bluetooth driver as follows.
2.5. Run "Device Manager" in Windows.
2.6. In Device Manager, expand "Blueetooth" item, then select "Generic Bluetooth Adapter".
2.7. Right-click on it, then select "Update driver".
2.8. Select "Browse my computer for driver software".
2.9. Select "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer".
2.10. Select "Have Disk...".
2.11. Select "Browse..." and open either "win32" or "win64" in the "drivers" folder in the unzipped firmware folder that matches your computer environment.
2.12. Select the "CSRBlueCoreUSB.inf" file, click "Open", then click "OK".
2.13. Select "CSR BlueCore in DFU mode" from the list, then click "Next".
2.14. If the message "Windows has successfully updated your drivers" is displayed, click "Close".


Step 3: Updating the firmware

3.1. Select the first or the second radio button among the three radio buttons for selecting Upgrade Action, then click "Next".
3.2. On the "Upgrade File" screen, click "Browse", select the "Rivo2.x.y.dfu" file in the "firmware" folder in the unzipped firmware folder, then click "Select".
3.3. On the "Ready to Upgrade" screen, click "Next".
3.4. The update takes about a minute or so in the "Upgrade in Progress" screen. When the "Successful Upgrade" screen appears, proceed to Step 4.
3.5. If the update doesn't take place in the "Upgrade in Progress" screen, or the "Upgrade Failed" screen appears, install the USB driver as follows.
3.6. Run "Device Manager" in Windows.
3.7. In Device Manager, expand "Other devices" or "Universal Serial Bus controllers", then select "Unknown device".
3.8. Right-click on it, then select "Update Driver".
3.9. Select "Browse my computer for driver software".
3.10. Select "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer".
3.11. Make sure "Show All Devices" is selected in the "Common hardware types", then click "Next".
3.12. Select "Have Disk...".
3.13. Select "Browse..." and open either "win32" or "win64" in the "drivers" folder in the unzipped firmware folder that matches your computer environment.
3.14. Select the "CSRBlueCoreUSB.inf" file, click "Open", then click "OK".
3.15. Select "CSR BlueCore Bluetooth" from the list, then click "Next".
3.16. Click "Yes" in the alert pop-up.
3.17. If the message "Windows has successfully updated your drivers" is displayed, click "Close".
3.18. If you're still in the "Upgrade in Progress" screen, the update will start automatically.
3.19. If the" Upgrade Failed" screen is shown after timeout, click "Back", then click "Next" to proceed with the update.
3.20. The update takes about a minute or so in the "Upgrade in Progress" screen. When the "Successful Upgrade" screen appears, proceed to Step 4.


Step 4: Pairing

4.1. Click "Finish" on the "Successful Upgrade" screen.
4.2. When the update is complete, there are 3 short vibrations and Rivo is set to pairing mode.
4.3. We recommend deleting the previous pairing information of Rivo from Bluetooth settings of your device, then pair the new version again.
4.4. Note that if you use the same USB port, next updates will be simple without driver installations.