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VERSION: 1.5

RELEASE DATE: 28-10-2014

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VERSION: 1beta

RELEASE DATE: 15-12-2013

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VERSION: 1.5

RELEASE DATE: 30-11-2014

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VERSION: 1.5

RELEASE DATE: 30-11-2014

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VERSION: 1.5

RELEASE DATE: 30-11-2014

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VERSION: 1.5

RELEASE DATE: 30-11-2014

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Problems? Read the Troubleshooting Guide or Get Help on the Forum

VERSION: 1.5

RELEASE DATE: 30-11-2014

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Problems? Read the Troubleshooting Guide or Get Help on the Forum



FLASH IT
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  • Once download has finished, you’ll have a zip file
  • Extract the downloaded zip file and you’ll have a .img image file
  • Download and extract Win32DiskImager
  • Open Win32DiskImager, right-clicking on the file, and select “Run as Administrator” .
  • Insert the MicroSD Card on your computer, you could use an external card reader or the SD slot if your computer has one.
  • Check that the device name correspond to the microSD card, then browse the files and select choose the image file you want to write.
    To be safe, unplug every External USB Drive you may have connected to your PC
  • When ready click on Write and wait for the process to complete
  • Exit from Win32DiskImageWriter and eject the SD card
  • Done! Volumio is now on your SD Card!
  • Once download has finished, you’ll have a zip file
  • You can open it with StuffIt Expander or Zipeg, just unzip it and you’ll have an .img file ready to be copied
  • Download PiWriter and use it to flash your SD Card, it should work with every SD Image, not only Raspberry PI’s

ALTERNATE METHOD

  • Open a terminal window and type
    df -h

    then leave it alone, we’ll need this later on

  • Insert your SD Card
  • Initialize your SD Card with Disk Utility, selecting “Erase” from the “Erase” tab
    please note: every data on Micro SD card will be lost!
  • Go back to the terminal and type again
    df -h
  • Now you should see your SD Card, take note of the name (e.g. /dev/disk3s1 )
  • Unmount your SD Card using the following command:
    sudo diskutil unmount /dev/disk3s1

    (or the name you obtained above)

  • Start copying your Image file to the SD Card.
    The SD Name will be rdisk[n], same as above but without s1 in the end (e.g. /dev/disk3s1 -> /dev/rdisk3)
    Please double check this step, wrong operations may result in a wiped hard disk!

    sudo dd bs=1m if=[img_file_path] of=/dev/[sd_name]

    (You can also drag&drop the .img file on the terminal instead writing the full path)

  • Wait a long time for the process to finish
  • Unmount the SD Card with
    sudo diskutil eject /dev/rdisk3

    or how your card is named

  • Done! Volumio is now on your SD Card!
  • Once download has finished, you’ll have a zip file
  • Right-click on it and select “Extract here”
  • Open a terminal window and type
    df -h

    then leave it alone, we’ll need this later on

  • Insert your SD Card
  • Go back to the terminal and type again
    df -h
  • Now you should see your SD Card, take note of the name (e.g./dev/sdc1 or /dev/mmcblk0p1)
  • Unmount the SD Card by typing
    unmount /dev/sdc1
  • Stard copying your Image file to the SD Card
    Please double check this step, wrong operations may result in a wiped hard disk!

    sudo dd bs=1M if=[img_file_path] of=/dev/[sd_name]

    (you can also drag&drop the .img file on the terminal insted writing the full path)
    (the SD Name will be sdc1, same as above but without1 in the end)
    (E.g./dev/sdc1->/dev/sdc or /dev/mmcblk0p1->/dev/mmcblk0)

  • Wait for the process to finish
  • Done! Volumio is now on your SD Card!

PREPARE IT
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  • Insert the SD Card into the Device
  • Plug the Ethernet Cable
  • Connect the USB DAC, otherwise plug your Audio connection of choice
  • Connect your USB Hard Drive, if any
  • Connect any other device you may want to use (USB HUB, Wi-Fi Dongle, etc.)
  • Power the device on
  • Done!

CONNECT TO IT
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  • Type volumio.local/ on your Device’s browser (has to be connected to the same Network as Volumio)
  • If you can’t connect to Volumio, just install this or type his IP address
  • Ready! You are now using Volumio’s WebUi. From here you can configure it and control music playback

ENJOY IT
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  • Configure Volumio from the WebUi, if you wish to use your NAS as storage
  • Change the parameters as you wish, to tailor your music experience.
  • Sit in your sweet spot. Tune the volume. Relax. This is music.

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PROBLEMS?

  • Don’t worry. Even if Volumio is designed to be as straightforwarding as it could be, sometimes things just don’t go as they should.
  • You can read the FAQs or find Help on the Forum