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MakerBot Replicator Mini. To update your printer's firmware through MakerBot Desktop, download the software here. Then connect your printer to MakerBot Desktop and go to Devices > Update Firmware. Select the most recent version of firmware available for your printer. The firmware update will take 20 minutes to complete. After updating your firmware, if you wish to go back to the MakerBot Print software, on MakerBot Desktop please go to Services > Stop Background Services. Then restart your computer and open MakerBot
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Time To Update To Firmware 1.2. The latest updates provide big improvements to the filament unloading process, so be sure to use MakerBot Desktop to update your firmware today. Your MakerBot Replicator Smart Extruder Just Got Smarter We’ve streamlined the filament unloading process in firmware 1.2. The revamped process will work in tandem with updates in MakerBot Desktop 3.2.1 to help prevent filament jamming in your MakerBot Replicator Smart Extruder.
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