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The AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta) is designed for all A3202, A3201, and A3200 models. This user-friendly tool allows for the identification of the model, IP scanning, and simultaneous upgrading of 10 machines. Visual updates are provided for each machine’s progress during the upgrading process.

Operating Environment

Interface Description

The interface is divided into two main sections:

  1. Operating section: for setting up IP address range scanning and port number; includes control buttons for scanning, upgrading, and stopping the upgrade process and a sliding switch for exporting records.
  2. Display section: for displaying the results of the machine scan, including serial numbers, IP addresses, machine statuses, and progress for each machine being upgraded.

Tool Functions

The AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta) comprises three main functions:

  1. Scan miner function: Enter the desired IP address range and port number (default is 4028) to scan up to 10 machines within the specified range.
  2. Miner upgrade function: Obtain the IP address list of the machines, select the desired miner(s) for upgrading, and click the upgrade button to begin the process.
  3. Upgrade tool export function: Export records of all upgrades completed, selecting the preferred destination for saving the log file.

Get Started with the AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta)

Follow the step-by-step instructions provided in this article to effectively use the AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta) for your A3202, A3201, and A3200 models, ensuring efficient and successful firmware upgrades for your Bitcoin mining machines.

Frequently Asked Questions About AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta)

Here are some frequently asked questions regarding the AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta) to help you better understand its features and functionalities.

What if the upgrade process fails?

If the upgrade process fails, the progress bar will stop, and the information will display “failed.” You may need to troubleshoot and try the upgrade process again in such cases.

How can I cancel the firmware upgrade?

If you wish to cancel the firmware upgrade, you can click the “Stop” button in the operating section to halt the upgrading process immediately. The information will then display “cancel.”

Can I select more than one destination for saving the log file?

No, you can only choose one destination when using the tool. The log will be saved in the current directory if you do not select a specific location.

Can I use the tool to upgrade multiple machines simultaneously?

Yes, the AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta) supports the upgrading of up to 10 machines at the same time.

Is the export log function enabled by default?

No, the export log function is disabled by default. You can enable this feature by clicking the export button in the operating section and choosing a destination to save the log file.

Troubleshooting Tips for AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta)

In case you experience issues while using the AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta), here are some troubleshooting tips to follow:

  1. Double-check if you have properly input the IP address range and port number. Ensure that the port number is set to the default value of 4028, unless you have a different configuration.
  2. Make sure you are running the tool on a Windows 10 (64-bit) operating system, as it is designed specifically for this environment.
  3. If the upgrade process is continually failing, try restarting your computer and the mining machines, then attempt the upgrade process again.
  4. If the issues persist, contact the AvalonMiner support team or consult the technical documentation for more assistance.


The AvalonMiner Upgrade Tool (Beta) is a vital resource for optimizing and maintaining the performance of your A3202, A3201, and A3200 model Bitcoin mining machines. By understanding its features and functionalities, you can streamline the firmware upgrade process, monitor progress effectively, and ultimately improve your mining operations.