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SOURCE: woxter i-cube x-div 35 xp

Have u tried the new firmware?
http://www.woxter.com/en-gb/products/view/48/Woxter_i_Cube_X_Div_35_XP_Pro/support
I'm looking for installation instructions ...

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    Have u tried the new firmware?
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