Today, Samsung has rolled out two new firmware packages targeted at its NX500 and NX1 digital cameras, namely versions 1.12 and 1.41, respectively, which promises to fix the Bluetooth connection issues with smartphones running Android Marshmallow (Android 6.0 version).

If you want to get rid of this problem, first go to Menu > Settings > Device Information, and make sure that the currently installed version isn’t either newer or matching the present firmware release.

If it’s not, save and extract the downloadable archive, initialize a memory card using your camera, transfer firmware .bin file onto its root directory, ensure the battery is fully charged, and turn off the imaging unit.

Now, connect the memory card, power on the imaging, and go to Menu > Settings > Device Information > Software Update > Body Firmware Update. From there, agree with the “Body Upgrade?” message, and wait patiently for the process to complete.

When it comes to recommendations, bear in mind that your camera will first check the new firmware, reboot, and then initiate the installation, thus make sure you don’t cut off its power, or interrupt this process in any way.

Last but not least, once finished, it would be a good idea to check the firmware version once more to ensure the process was successful, and also format the memory card so that it can be used for storing pictures again.

That said, download Samsung NX500 Firmware 1.12 or download Samsung NX1 Firmware 1.41, apply it on your device, and enjoy the changes that this new release brings about. Also, constantly check our website in order to stay up to speed with the latest updates.

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