I don't want to make a custom firmware. I want to use your own default factory firmware.
When first started without any user intervention, the box starts in it's internal portal. As the "autoupdate" option is ON by default, the box updates itself to the last available release version found in http://mag.infomir.com.ua/250/r/update_list.txt
Currently this last available release version is:
", "type":"release", "date":"18 Mar 2013 19:56:53 GMT+0200", "descr":"Release-R8"},
So, whenever a customer unwraps it's newly bought mag250, it gets automatically updated to R8, no matter if he/she wants it or not, right?
Once autoupdated, the box can no longer be up/downgraded over http or usb. So, unless 0.2.14-r8 is the last version that you will ever release, I suppose there should be some way to remotely update the box whenever there is a new version released by you (by you, not by me).
Note that it does not even update from http://mag.infomir.com.ua/250/imageupdate
(says "invalid file header")
So, for all those guys that have update_url = 'http://mag.infomir.com.ua/
' in their custom.ini, it will say "invalid file header". I suppose there is a change in the format since r8. What bothers me is that version r8 can not be "upgraded" even to itself, so I am afraid that when you are ready with r9, it will be still impossible to update over http. I hope you will fix this when 214-r9 or 0.2.16 becomes available.