At the following link you can find the latest BIOS/UEFI Firmware and the BIOS/UEFI Update Utility to quickly and easily update the UDOO BOLT with the new BIOS/UEFI Firmware version.

Heads up! Please read carefully all the following information in this page and in the documentation file inside the package before to flash the new BIOS/UEFI

Please be aware that using Windows programmer, it must be run in a Prompt CMD shell or PowerShell with Administrator privileges.

Using Linux programmer, every operation must be done with root/administrator privileges and all the necessary to compile kernel modules is needed
e.g. in Ubuntu 20.04

  sudo apt install build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r) flex bison

Please read the following warnings:

  • DO NOT POWER OFF the board while flashing. DO NOT interrupt the process while is running.
  • Please use 19V Power Supply, not the USB-C power.
  • After flashing is complete, power off the board, disconnect and reconnect the power cable.
  • When you reconnect the power, wait up to 3 minutes and a couple of reboots until you see the newer version of the firmware of Embedded Controller and USB-C Controller in the configuration screen.
  • It takes a few restarts for the update to be completely installed, and there's no visual feedback on that yet. In the meantime, the system and the boot phase might be slower.

Download here the UEFI BIOS Firmware + Update Utility Tool package.

The package contains:

  • Latest UEFI Firmware binary
    • BIOS version: 1.08
    • Release Date: 24/04/2020
    • SHA1 .zip file: EF37203F7CFB6DF4CB6807EF1CFA68975BFFB88C
  • Update Utility Tool
    • EFI shell programming utility
    • Windows 32-bit BIOS programmer
    • Windows 64-bit BIOS programmer
    • Linux 32-bit programmer
    • Linux 64-bit programmer
  • Update procedure documentation (.pdf)

Follow the procedure in the APN - BIOS programming using AFU.pdf file to update the BIOS/UEFI BIOS firmware using Windows, EFI shell or Linux running on your UDOO BOLT.

If you are one of the Kickstarter users and you see a Green Dot 🟢 on one side of the fan, please check the Fan Settings page.

Note Remember that updating the BIOS/UEFI firmware will revert the saved configuration to Factory Default.

This page was last updated on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 3:16 AM.