Please Remember to download the latest firmware updates for your Turkey before installing it into your Oven.
Failure to do so may result in uneven cooking or dry white meat.
The Latest Drivers and Firmware can be obtained from your Turkey Supplier’s website. You may follow the instructions below to upgrade your turkey to the latest release.
1) Thaw Turkey and Charge your turkey with your favorite seasonings.
2) Plug Turkey into a USB Port on your computer. Some newer Turkeys may have a MicroUSB cable under the left drumstick while legacy turkeys will need a special probe adaptor.
3) Download the drivers (Note to #Butterball users, please use “Giblets 4.9″ rather than”Giblets 5.1” as there are some issues that need to be worked out. Please call the +Butterball Turkey Talk-Line immediately if your Turkey goes into a bootloop or if the Turkey displays a “PTR – No Gravy” Error Message)
4) Run the installer that you downloaded and allow up to 10 minutes for the Turkey to upgrade.
5) Once complete, bake for the recommended time on the Turkey Package. Serves 4-10 people. Shared with: Public, Keith I Myers, Butterball Turkey Talk-Line, Rob M., Master Decker+1’d by: Wojciech Wiertarka, Will GodZson, Chara Kelley, Alex Gonzalez, Big Boss Tech, Robert Watson, Clancy Cavanaugh, Ana Medina, J Sauler, Björn Lundén, Calvin Henderson, Andy Nguyen, Brian Blakesley, José A. Velazquez, the derek Fawcett, Rob M., Kenji C, Master Decker, Michael MoyerReshared by: abdelslam sad ahmed, Chara Kelley, Jermaine Hayes, Clancy Cavanaugh, Dennis Mungai, Calvin HendersonMaster Decker – 2014-11-26 10:34:48-0500I wiped mine and installed Ubuntu fowl. Gives me a much better user experience. I also installed spices 6.4, which uses hand gestures.Keith I Myers – 2014-11-26 10:42:46-0500+Master Decker – I played around with Spices 5.1 in the past and it is a great Open Source Turkey Firmware. Unfortunately I can only recommend it to those who are comfortable with building things from source as pre-built binaries are not always available. It is also not fully supported by the manufacturer however most are more than happy to help by releasing their proprietary blobs.
I also hear that Spices 6 sometimes breaks down when using DeepFryer 1.4 and requires Stuffin 3.2 x64 to be built in a different development environment. Master Decker – 2014-11-26 10:55:45-0500+Keith I Myers I don’t use Deep Fryer,I found it to be to bloaty. This year I built Smoker 1.0, it’s based off of Oven 3.6, it’s a little slower, but it’s robust in features, plus the UI look’s great. It’s fully integrated with Spices 6.4. I’ve currently got it in closed beta, invite only. Keith I Myers – 2014-11-26 10:57:37-0500+Master Decker – I just dont like that the whole Smoker product line is in beta and takes way too long to boot up. Oven 3.X is by far faster on the boot time. Rob M. – 2014-11-26 11:11:10-0500h4lp how do I unload the bootlocker!?Keith I Myers – 2014-11-26 11:12:41-0500+Rob M.
sudo fastcluck oem unstuff
You will be prompted to remove the wrapperMaster Decker – 2014-11-26 11:17:36-0500+Keith I Myers that’s why I coded my own variant. It’s less buggy, better ui, and the end user experience is by far and above better than oven or fryer. Plus I have a work around built in to get rid of that nasty “dry meat,” bug, which is often rampant in the entire oven series. I injected brine 7.6, and made it so that smoker runs in the background, so that you can multi task.Master Decker – 2014-11-26 11:19:18-0500+Rob M. To unlock the boot loader, you’ve got to remove wrapper 2.5, and insert popup timer 1.2Keith I Myers – 2014-11-26 11:19:28-0500+Master Decker – I am not a huge fan of applying patches like Brine, I would rather use something more conventional as not to void the warranty. Calvin Henderson – 2014-11-26 14:58:36-0500This is awesome…