Factory Reset

A factory reset should be the last resort for troubleshooting an issue with your FireBoard. Make sure to explore the FAQs for each section to try and find a solution.

The reset will revert to a prior version of firmware (approximately at the time of shipping) and will remove stored values such as channel names, alerts, and calibration settings. It will also remove the device from an existing account and clear all wireless settings.

After a factory reset, the FireBoard will automatically upgrade back to the latest firmware version via Over-The-Air (OTA) updates.

In general, a factory reset will likely not solve a wireless connection issue. Make sure you try the WiFi troubleshooting steps.

To perform a factory reset on an FBX2 model:

To perform a factory reset on an FBX11 model:

After a factory reset, you will need to remove your FireBoard from the account and re-activate it in order for the app to properly communicate with your FireBoard.