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Old 02-28-2006, 06:36 AM   #1
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Here's how I've been updating stuff on my S50 on my Mac, without using a PC or VirtualPC or the Sirius Studio PC Software. I happen to be using a Car Kit, at home, with a Sirius AC power supply. I use a dual G4 Mac tower, running OSX (10.4.5), but this should apply to any Mac with a USB port running OSX.

Please don't clutter this thread with non-related messages, such as how the S50 sometimes freezes due to bugs, or how the home dock turns off after a recording, or how the PC is much better than the Mac. Pretty please.

Almost all of the information in this message was learned by reading threads here. You can learn a lot by reading the messages here. I strongly recommend that you read the "hacking" thread: http://www.siriusbackstage.com/forum...ic.php?t=31487

THIS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED AS IS, WITH NO GUARANTEES THAT IT WILL WORK FOR YOU. WHAT I'VE TRIED WORKS FOR ME. I'LL TRY TO HELP AS MUCH AS I CAN, BUT IF YOUR S50 GETS MESSED UP, I WILL NOT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IT.

When you attach your S50 to your Mac with the USB cable, the flash drive on the S50 will show up on your Mac desktop. It's called FLASH PLAYR. On the S50, you'll see the "DO NOT DISCONNECT" graphic. If you open the drive icon on your Mac, you'll see this folder structure:

FLASH PLAYR
....SYSTEM
........CONFIG
........DB
............SONG
........IMAGES
............CLOGO
............DEMO
............ICON
............STARTUP
............WPAPER
........MEDIA
............CLIP
............MP3
............SHADOW
............SONG
............WMA
........SPOKEN
............MENU
............MODES
................DEFAULT
........WMDRMPD

Once your S50 is mounted on your Mac, you can drag files to and from it, as you can with any external drive. When you're done moving files back and forth, you should drag the "FLASH PLAYR" icon to the trash before you unplug your S50 from your Mac (as you do with any external drive you've attached to your Mac). This will finalize any changes you've made to the flash drive and safely unmount it from the Mac file system. The "DO NOT DISCONNECT" graphic on your S50 will NOT go away when you do this, but as long as you have unmounted the flash drive from your Mac, all will be fine when you unplug your S50.

So what can you do once you've got your S50 mounted on your Mac? You can install new channel logos and channel sounds. You can install new wallpaper. You can install new firmware. You can restore your S50 to the factory settings. What can't you do? You can't (currently) install your own songs.

Other than installing your own songs, the main difference between doing this on your Mac instead of on a PC is that you have to find, download, and install new files yourself, instead of having the Sirius Studio PC Software doing it for you. The files are all available online, you just have to know where to look for them.

Fortunately, the Wizards here have already figured out what the different files do, where they can be downloaded from, what they should be named, and where (on your S50) they should go. So you download a file (or some files), you make sure it has the correct filename, renaming it if necessary, and you drag it to your S50, replacing an existing file if necessary. (Note that on my S50, most of the files are "locked." This means you can't remove or replace them without first unlocking them. In the (Mac) Finder, you simply click (select) the file on your S50, "Get Info" on the file (Apple-I), and uncheck the "Locked" checkbox. Once you've copied the new file over, you can re-lock it if you want. It doesn't seem to matter if you leave it unlocked).

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Let's start with updating the logos and sounds of three channels on your S50. The two Howard Stern channels (100 & 101) have new logos and sounds, as does CNN Headline News (133). First, you have to download the six files; one for each channel's new logo and one for each channel's new sound. Remember that on the Mac, if you're using the Safari web browser, if you hold down the option key when you click on a URL, Safari will download the file instead of trying to display it. So option click on the URL when you want to download it. Here are the URLs for the six files:

100
logo: http://anon.sirius.speedera.net/anon...rdstern100.bmp
voice: http://anon.sirius.speedera.net/anon...rdstern100.pac

101
logo: http://anon.sirius.speedera.net/anon...rdstern101.bmp
voice: http://anon.sirius.speedera.net/anon...rdstern101.pac

133
logo: http://anon.sirius.speedera.net/anon...adlinenews.bmp
voice: http://anon.sirius.speedera.net/anon...adlinenews.pac


Once you've downloaded the files, you have to rename them. If you don't rename them, they won't work. Here are the correct filenames for the files:

100
logo: ch154Howrd100.bmp
voice: mo154Howrd100.pac

101
logo: ch155Howrd101.bmp
voice: mo155Howrd101.pac

133
logo: ch092News.bmp
voice: mo092News.pac

Now that you've renamed them, you have to drag each one to the correct folders on your S50. If you don't put them in the right folders on your S50, they won't work. Here are the folders:

Drag the three logo files (ch154Howrd100.bmp, ch155Howrd101.bmp, ch092News.bmp) into the CLOGO folder:

FLASH PLAYR
....SYSTEM
........IMAGES
............CLOGO

Drag the three sound files (mo154Howrd100.pac, mo155Howrd101.pac, mo092News.pac) into the MODES folder:

FLASH PLAYR
....SYSTEM
........SPOKEN
............MODES

That's all you have to do to install the new logo and sound files. You download the files, you rename them, you copy them to your S50.

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Installing new wallpaper is almost the same as installing new logos and sounds. The main difference (now) is that there aren't any new wallpaper images from Sirius. The only new wallpaper has been created by users. So you have to get the new wallpaper file from a user here. That user should be able to tell you what the filename is (which is determined by what channel that wallpaper displays on). Wallpaper goes in the WPAPER folder on your S50:

FLASH PLAYR
....SYSTEM
........IMAGES
............WPAPER

You can create your own wallpaper, but this will require using a PC, as the bitmap format used by the S50 is very weird, and requires a PC program to change the standard bmp format to the S50 format. If you want to find out more about this PC program, and the weird S50 bitmap, just search the forum here.

Here are two threads you might want to check out:

http://www.siriusbackstage.com/forum...ic.php?t=40065
http://www.siriusbackstage.com/forum...ic.php?t=40380

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Installing new firmware is similar. Note that I haven't done this, because my S50 has the current firmware (1.2.0), but I expect to be doing it shortly, when Sirius releases the new 1.3.0 firmware. Update: I have successfully updated my S50 and Car Dock to 1.3.15. You can read all about it a few messages down in this thread. Please read the whole thread, including the rest of this message, before you try.


First step is the same; you download the firmware file(s) from the Sirius server. Please read the "Updating to 1.3.15 on your Mac" message later in this thread for full information on what files to download.

Once you download the files, you just drag them to the root folder of the S50. That's the main FLASH PLAYR disk icon that shows up on your desktop when you attach your S50 to your Mac. The files will be sitting next to the SYSTEM folder (NOT inside the SYSTEM folder, but at the same "level" as the SYSTEM folder). Then you unmount your S50 (by dragging the FLASH PLAYR icon to the trash), disconnect it from your Mac, and (if necessary) shut down and restart your S50, which will then notice that there's an update file (or files) at the root, and will update itself.

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Restoring original factory software to the S50 is also similar. Note that I haven't done this, nor do I think I am likely to have to do this, so I am going by reports I have read here on the forum. I am least sure about this part. The first step is to download a zip file with a bunch of folders and files stored inside. The URL is:

system software: http://download.sirius.speedera.net/...are/SYSTEM.zip

After you download the zip file, you need to extract files it contains. You can just double click on the zip file, and your Mac will extract a single folder called SYSTEM. You need to drag this new SYSTEM folder to the root of your S50. This will replace the existing SYSTEM folder on your S50. Note that this may not be as easy at it sounds; there are hundreds of locked files in the existing S50 SYSTEM folder, and the Mac Finder may not let you replace the existing SYSTEM folder while there are locked files inside. If you need to restore the original factory software on your S50, and the locked files prevent it, there are Mac utilities that will allow you to unlock them all at once (or will allow you to delete the existing S50 SYSTEM folder). If anyone needs to do this, I recommend the Mac utility "File Buddy." Restoring the original factory software is not something you should normally have/want to do, so this probably won't come up.

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Whew. I think that's about it. If I've made any mistakes, please let me know, and I'll edit this message. As I learn more about hacking the S50 on a Mac, I'll also update this message (or post a new one).

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Old 02-28-2006, 04:46 PM   #2
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First, thanks for posting all this info!

I haven't tried any of this yet but wanted to point out that DAB (an SBS moderator) once mentioned he advises against unmounting the S50 flash drive by dragging to the trash because the Mac is not supported, and thinks it's safer to unmount with the upward facing triangle on the upper left of a finder window. Do you know anything about this?
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As Mike has just mentioned (in this thread), Howard has uploaded a picture of himself as Wallpaper for his channels (100&101).

Here's how Mac users can install them.

1) Download the new "SYSTEM" file which contains the new Wallpaper. Use this URL:

http://download.sirius.speedera.net/...are/SYSTEM.zip

2) Double click on the new SYSTEM.zip file you just downloaded, extracting the files. In the SYSTEM/IMAGES/WPAPER folder, you'll find two new files, wp154Howrd100.bmp and wp155Howrd101.bmp.

3) Plug your S50 into your Mac, and drag the two files into the same folder on your S50 (SYSTEM/IMAGES/WPAPER). You won't be replacing any files, as the new Howard files are brand new.

4) Unmount your S50 from your Mac by dragging it to the trash before disconnecting it.

Enjoy your new blue Howard.

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... DAB (an SBS moderator) once mentioned he advises against unmounting the S50 flash drive by dragging to the trash because the Mac is not supported, and thinks it's safer to unmount with the upward facing triangle on the upper left of a finder window. Do you know anything about this?
Unmounting a volume on the Mac using the "drag to trash" method and or the "use facing triangle on the upper left corner of a finder window" does exactly the same thing. Both unmount the volume. If you want to be really, really anally retentive about it, you can run Apple's Disk Utility AFTER you unmount the volume and use it to remove the drive itself.

There should be no need to do this though. The reason you want to unmount the S50 volume before you unplug it is to finalize any directory information that has changed. I've mounted and unmounted my S50 a few dozen times since I got it, using the "drag to trash" method, and I've never had any problem with the S50 directory at all.

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Thanks for the good instructions. Updated without problems.
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I just want to add this disclaimer for SBS. You follow these instructions at your own risk. SBS nor SIRIUS approves of this procedure.

I have given instructions to about a dozen Mac users and out of that dozen probably a 1/4 of them had problems and totally screwed up their S50.

It is my opinion that it is a mistake to drag the icon to the garbage can. It may do the same thing, but those that followed my instructions by using the eject to unmount NEVER had a problem. It has been a while now, but it seems everyone that reported back a problem had actually drug the icon to the trash can. I can't confirm this as I was going by what I was told, but there was a pattern for sure. This is why I made the recommendation I did.

I have personally since given up on Mac for various other software reasons. When you work in a mainstream world, you need a computer that supports mainstream software and the Mac isn't it. I really enjoyed it while it lasted. I am certainly not suddenly anti-mac, but I had to face the reality of my work environment requirements.
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I can't fathom why using the triangle is any different to the Finder than dragging to the trash, but I certainly don't have any problem with using the triangle to unmount a volume. Apple certainly doesn't differentiate the two.

If anyone is concerned that the "dragging to trash" method is not as safe, then by all means use the "click on the triangle" method.

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Here's how I updated to the latest firmware, 1.3.15, released 31 March 2006. On my Mac. Without needing the Sirius Studio Software on the PC.

Note that a handful of Sirius Backstage users had problems with updating their Car Docs, rendering them useless ("bricking" them). This has nothing to do with updating on the Mac, as all these users were using PCs. Whatever the cause of the problem (no one has figured out why a few bricked their Car Units; it doesn't appear they did anything wrong), it would probably behove you to read the threads here about updating the S50 to 1.3.15.

I had no problems updating my S50 and Car Dock, but, as always, YOU take full responsibility for your actions. I'll try to help as much as possible, but if things go wrong, I'm not sending you my S50 or Car Dock. READ THE THREADS HERE! If you only have the patience to read one thread, read this one: S50 Firmware Update 1.3.15 NOW AVAILABLE!!!

The URL <http://www.sirius.com/s50swupdate> is the key to (always) finding the latest files for your S50. The Sirius Studio Software on the PC uses this address to see if your S50 needs updating, and to download the files if it does. It leads to an XML format web page that has the information about the current files available. You'll need to "View Source" in your browser once you go there, and the source for the page will have the filenames, what they do, what their version is, and what URL to use to download them.

Here's the info already extracted for you:

Option Click -> S50 Application Firmware v1.3.15
Option Click -> S50 Application System Files v1.3.1
Option Click -> S50 Baseband Firmware v0.5.54
Option Click -> S50 16 bit Car Dock Firmware
Option Click -> S50 32 bit Car Dock Firmware

and

Click -> S50 1.3.15 release-notes

Download all 5 files in the first part of the list. Remember, on the Mac, hold down the option key when you click on each filename above, and your browser will just download the file instead of (possibly) trying to display it. When you get through with the five clicks, you should have the following five files on your Mac:

S50main.mi4
SYSTEM.zip
gen3fw.rom
cardock-16.rom
cardock-32.rom

Note: If your browser downloads the files with .txt appended to the filename, you'll have to remove the .txt before you use the files. Do this by selecting the four files in the Finder (your desktop) with a .txt suffix, and then use the "Get Info" menu command (or the command-I shortcut) to rename them. Answer "Use .rom" (or "Use .mi4") when asked about changing the extension from .txt. If you just rename them in the Finder, instead of the "Get Info" dialog, you may find that the "Hide Extension" setting is set, and the file really hasn't been renamed. If you don't get asked to confirm the extension change, you really haven't changed it from .txt.

If you click on the "S50 1.3.15 release-notes" link above (click this time, NOT option click), your browser will display Sirius' instructions on how to update your S50. The procedure I use is a little different from the Sirius method, but essentially does the same thing, in the same order. I slightly altered my method due to reading about some of our members bricking their Car Docs; I wanted to make sure my S50 updated properly before I updated my Car Dock...

Here's my method for updating. It worked perfectly for me. Be sure you've read the previous posts in this thread to learn how to hook up your S50 to your Mac, and more importantly, how to properly disconnect it. I'm not going to re-explain that part in this message.

1) Make sure your S50's battery is (at least close to) fully charged and connect it to your Mac using the USB cable. It's probably a good idea to also make sure that you're not using 99% of your S50's memory... I don't think you have to empty it of all saved files, but make sure there's some free space for the update to use.

2) When your S50 shows up on the Mac desktop, drag the S50main.mi4 file on top of the S50's "FLASH PLAYR" icon. This will place the S50main.mi4 file at the root of the S50 drive, right next to (not inside!) the SYSTEM folder. If you had to rename the file to remove .txt when you downloaded it, make sure that the filename on your S50 is "S50main.mi4" not "S50main.mi4.txt".

3) Properly unmount the S50 drive (you did read the previous messages in the thread, which explain how, didn't you...), and disconnect the USB cable from the S50. If your S50 doesn't automatically reset and start updating the firmware, turn it on (or turn it off and then on, if it's already on). Let the firmware update proceed until it's finished.

Your S50 should now be working as it always does (when it's not docked), and it will be running firmware 1.3.15. Put it in your dock (car or home), it should work as it always did. If you are planning on updating your Car Dock firmware, you should make sure you are receiving Sirius when your S50 is in your Car Dock. Once you have verified that all is well, then proceed to update the Car Dock.

4) Repeat step 1, connecting your S50 to your Mac again.

5) When your S50 shows up on the Mac desktop, drag the gen3fw.rom, cardock-16.rom, and cardock-32.rom files on top of the S50's "FLASH PLAYR" icon. This will place the files at the root of the S50 drive, right next to (not inside!) the SYSTEM folder. If you had to rename the files to remove .txt when you downloaded them, make sure that the filenames on your S50 end in ".rom" not ".txt".

6) Properly unmount the S50 again, and disconnect it from your Mac. If it doesn't reset, turn it on and then off (or turn it off, if it's already on). This time there should be NO firmware updating messages.

7) Connect your S50 to your POWERED UP Car Dock. It should turn on, update the Car Dock software, reset, update the Car Dock firmware, reset, and then update the Channel Listing (over the air). I don't recall having to turn on the S50 at all during this procedure; the S50 never turned off, it only reset between steps. If your S50 turns off between steps, just turn it back on again, and the updates should continue.

If you need to update more than one Car Dock, you'll need to copy the cardock-16.rom and cardock-32.rom files to the root of your S50 drive and then follow the instructions above for each Car Dock you want to update. As the S50 updates itself and its docks, it erases the updater files from the S50 root when its through with them (that's why you have to put the two Car Dock updater files back on your S50 for each dock you want to update).

I hope this helps.

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ps The SYSTEM.zip file contains updated resources for the Sirius channels. New Wallpaper, new logos, new channel changing sounds, etc. If you are a regular here, you already know about these things, and you're probably completely up to date with the files in SYSTEM.zip. I was, and so I didn't have to install anything from the SYSTEM.zip file. If you didn't update the few pictures when the channels changed on March 15, you will probably want to install the files in the new SYSTEM.zip file. If you read the first message in this thread (and the following messages), you'll find instructions on how to do this.
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Thanks Bill! Updates were flawless. Works perfect. Macs rule!
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Bill - Great Job on your doc. Nice to see people helping out the Mac side of things...

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Great summary instructions, I'm assuming the gen3fw.rom file that is downloaded Does its job AFTER the car dock is updated according to the Sirius Black page directions.

This part of the process is unclear in your write-up
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This is what I did: After I updated the system Firmware, I put the player back in the home dock to make sure it works first. Then I connected the player again and dragged the three rom files at the same time to the FLASH_PLAYR drive and ejected using the Finder. Turn player off. Went outside to my car, and put the player in the dock. CAR DOCK UPDATING... should show up and then a % counter. Unit will shutdown after updating. Remove player and put back on dock again, and the Updating channels... will appear. After that is done all firmware is complete.
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Great summary instructions, I'm assuming the gen3fw.rom file that is downloaded Does its job AFTER the car dock is updated according to the Sirius Black page directions.

This part of the process is unclear in your write-up
I'm pretty sure the update order is the two car dock files first, then the gen3fw file. Sirius calls the car dock files "software" and the gen3fw file "firmware" in their docs, and if I recall correctly, the messages on the S50 screen indicate that the software is being updated first, then the firmware. I'm not sure it matters what order the updates happen, because all three files are installed to the S50 at the same time (by the user), and the S50/Car Dock determines what order they are installed.

What I am slightly confused about is what firmware the gen3fw file is updating; the S50 firmware or the Car Dock firmware. Sirius calls this file the "Baseband Firmware", but that doesn't tell us if it's in the S50 or the Car Dock.

If the gen3fw is used for the S50 (as the Sirius documentation vaguely implies), then why does the S50 have to be in the Car Dock to do it, and what about those people who don't use a Car Dock? How do they update to the gen3fw firmware?

If the gen3fw is used in the Car Dock, then people who have multiple Car Docks need to move all three files (the two car dock files AND the gen3fw file) to their S50 for each dock they update, not just the two car dock labeled files. (I don't think this is the case though).

I strongly suspect that the gen3fw file updates the S50 (not the Car Dock), as evidenced by the Sirius Studio Software (on the PC) showing the Baseband firmware revision number changing after the update, and the Car Dock isn't even connected when your S50 is connected to your PC.

But this isn't a Mac related question, and so is off topic for this thread...

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Here's how I updated to the latest firmware, 1.3.15, released 31 March 2006. On my Mac. Without needing the Sirius Studio Software on the PC.
Thanks for this! Haven't tried it yet, but wonder if the home dock needs to be updated too.
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Thanks for this! Haven't tried it yet, but wonder if the home dock needs to be updated too.
There was no update for the home dock!
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