WooshBuild Downloads

By March 31, 2017Support

WooshBuild is currently available for the following boxes:

  • Zgemma HS, H2S
  • Zgemma H2H – (cable / sat)
  • Zgemma S, 2S, H1*, H2*
  • Zgemma H5-2S
  • Zgemma H5 (cable / sat)
  • Vu+ Solo4k – Twin sat version
  • Vu+ Solo2
  • Vu+ Zero
  • Xtrend 8500 (ET8500) – Twin Sat version
  • Edision os mini – Twin Sat version

 

Until Boxes marked with * have their own WooshBuild version, you will need AutoBouqetMaker to be used in place of AutoBouquet E2. Due to not having a cable connection we are unable to test or offer support. However, with this said, there are users of all the above boxes using WooshBuild v5 without a problem on cable boxes.

 

The latest and best version of WooshBuild is v5. Those running previous versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible due to the ease of v5.

The downloads below are always the most recent version. You download BaseBuild from the links below and flash your box, this is what guides you through installing WooshBuild with it’s unique setup system.

Full setup instructions and support is only available here

Box name & model

Zgemma HS, H2S Download BaseBuild

Zgemma S, 2S, H1*, H2* Download BaseBuild

Zgemma H5-2S Download BaseBuild

Zgemma H5 (OpenATV 6) Download BaseBuild

Vu+ Solo4k Download BaseBuild

Vu+ Solo2 (OpenATV 6) Download BaseBuild

Vu+ Zero (OpenATV 6) Download BaseBuild

Xtrend 8500 (ET8500) (OpenATV 6) Download BaseBuild

Zgemma H2H (OpenATV 6) Download BaseBuild

Edision os mini (OpenATV 6) Download BaseBuild

Until Boxes marked with * have their own WooshBuild version, you will need AutoBouqetMaker to be used in place of AutoBouquet E2. Due to not having a cable connection we are unable to test or offer support. However, with this said, there are users of all the above boxes using WooshBuild v5 without a problem on cable boxes.

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  • […] Click here to go to downloads 1. Make a folder on your desktop called "basebuild" and extract the contents of the zip file into this new folder. 2. Format a spare USB stick ("Flash USB Stick") using the Fat32 file system – ideally this USB stick can be kept safe in a drawer should you need to re-flash your box at anytime. 3. Copy the Zgemma folder and it's entire contents from the BaseBuild folder on your desktop to the USB stick. 4. NEW: Copy your line (gift) file, if you have one at this point, also to the USB stick BaseBuild will do what is needed with your line. Providing it is named correctly and is active, Very IMPORTANT: The contents of the usb stick should now contain: A zgemma folder and a line file (if you have one) ———– Inside that is a folder called h3 —————- Inside that folder are 4 or 5 files […]

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