Yealink Firmware 193 Code



  • You may see Yealink firmware listed with a 193 in the third position. For example you might see versions:

    7.73.0.50
    7.73.193.50

    What's the different? The difference is that the 0 denotes the normal firmware. The 193 denotes a special version for use with Broadsoft servers.



  • @scottalanmiller said in Yealink Firmware 193 Code:

    You may see Yealink firmware listed with a 193 in the third position. For example you might see versions:

    7.73.0.50
    7.73.193.50

    What's the different? The difference is that the 0 denotes the normal firmware. The 193 denotes a special version for use with Broadsoft servers.

    Yeah, it clearly states that on their website anytime I have ever looked.



  • Huh, looks like they removed/updated because it used to say it right here.
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  • This really old post gives a clue on what the structure is for their firmware numbering.

    http://forum.yealink.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=1661

    The template of Firmware name of Yealink phone is X1.X2.X3.X4

    (1) X1 means the Phone Model

    X1- Phone Model

    T4 Series
    35 - T48G
    28 - T46G
    29 - T42G
    36 - T41P

    (2) X2 means the Major version number

    X2-Major version number
    61 - V61
    70 - V70
    71 - V71
    72 - V72

    (3) X3 means the Custom or Neutral version

    0 or 1 means Neutral version
    Non 0 or 1 means Custom version

    (4) X4 means the Minor version
    Yealink will release some minor versions after solving some bugs.