Need firmware img file for Floureon DVR!

stuuk

Member
I need some help finding the correct firmware for a Floureon 4ch DVR
Ive owned it for a good while but only just started to use it.
I set it up and it worked fine However when I tried to use the web functionality the client failed as it was trying to use a flash plugin which in 2021 is no longer supported in any browser.
Shockwave Adobe flash is no longer available for any browser.
I thought a firmware upgrade might fix this so i attempted a firmware upgrade with what I thought was the correct img file. After the firmware upgrade the recorder would no longer boot and stuck at the initial coloured vertical bars screen. So was completely unusable.
I cannot find the correct file anywhere on the internet to restore / recover my DVR
There are no numbers on the case other than the name Floureon. The main circuit board hardware version is AHB780XT8-3520D-flk v3.01 (label on the back of the board)
I made a note of the current firmware version prior to the failed upgrade. The original version was v4.02.r11.00031123.12001.130800

I found a number of sites that list dvr firmware but none are an exact match for mine. Ive tried a few close ones but they didn't work.
The last one i tried has resulted in the dvr booting with a H.264 + logo that looks good but after a few seconds the screen corrupts and the dvr seems to lock up.

However it will still attempt to load a .img file if placed on the usb drive when switched on

Any help would be appreciated
Cheers
 

Seb Briggs

Distinguished Member
Its unlikely that a firmware update will solve the issue with the plugin, this is an ongoing issue with many cameras and NVR/DVRs

I use IE not Edge to get around the problem
 

stuuk

Member
Yes I've come to understand that now I would be happy just to restore the dvr to a working system
 

oneman

Well-known Member
Its unlikely that a firmware update will solve the issue with the plugin, this is an ongoing issue with many cameras and NVR/DVRs

I use IE not Edge to get around the problem
I don't think that is true about firmware. H.View and HikVision have released firmware to remove Flash but it is down to how good the manufacturer is.
 

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