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How to Update Seiki TV Firmware

Updated on January 8, 2016
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Max holds a B.S. in mass communications from SIU, an M.A. in communications from U of I, and is pursuing an MBA from Webster University.

Introduction

Updating the firmware on your Seiki TV is something you can do quickly to try resolving errors on your device and also compatibility problems with other devices. For example, Seiki has acknowledged that its TVs have issues communicating with the set-top boxes provided by some service providers, and Seiki uses firmware updates to attempt resolving these issues. You can download firmware updates from the Seiki Support site.

Seiki TV firmware updates can resolve some problems with your TV.
Seiki TV firmware updates can resolve some problems with your TV. | Source

Process for Installing Firmware Update on Seiki TV

  1. Format a thumb drive with at least 256 MB of total storage capacity in the FAT file system format. When you're done formatting the thumb drive, the drive should be blank.
  2. Click here to navigate to the Seiki Upoort site in your Web browser.
  3. Locate your exact Seiki TV model number in the list. If the model number associated with your Seiki TV doesn't appear in the list, then a firmware update isn't available for your model.
  4. Click the link to download the firmware update that's associated with your Seiki TV's model number.
  5. Save the firmware update file to the thumb drive you just formatted. The update file will be in the BIN file type.
  6. Disconnect the thumb drive from your computer.
  7. Disconnect your Seiki TV from the power source it's connected to and then connect the thumb drive containing the firmware update to the USB port on the Seiki TV.
  8. Reconnect the TV's power cable to the power source it was connected to and then turn the Seiki TV back on. As the Seiki TV powers on, the indicator light on the front of the TV will flicker red and blue for a short time.
  9. Disconnect the Seiki TV's power cable from the power source it's connected to after the indicator light stops flickering between red and blue and stays red.
  10. Disconnect the thumb drive from the Seiki TV, then reconnect the TV's power cable and turn it back on. The firmware update will successfully be installed on your Seiki TV.

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      sg 

      2 months ago

      I agree with Cedric below. Nothing on this page is correct because of seiki -- the worst company ever -- whose pride and joy now is building crappy kitchen appliances. Worst mistake ever, I made, buying seiki

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      IceHammer 

      9 months ago

      I want firmware for SE32TYH . CAN HELP ME PLEASE ?

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      Karoly Andreli 

      12 months ago

      I want firmware for SE24GD01UK Combo dvd tv.aNYONE CAN HELP ME PLEASE ?

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      razvan 

      16 months ago

      I want software for seiki number SE32HO0UK

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      Max Dalton 

      2 years ago from Greater St. Louis, Missouri

      Odds are that the other site copied it from me.

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      Cedric 

      3 years ago

      You just copied this from another website. These steps didn't work. Honestly, this is the worst TV ever made and this company should close down their doors for good!

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