|LTU 1.2||24-Sep-2013||Download||LTU 1.2 files include LTU and LTUv2 firmwares for DG16D4S|
|LTPlus 3.0c||26-Dec-2012||Download||LTPlus 3.0c CFW templates for Lizard TBX, Include 3.0 for Hitachi 78/79 (c4e release Dec 25 2012)|
|Originals||5-Sep-2011||Download||Original fw templates for all drives. |
Include support for latest 1071 slim.
|SD File Pack 3.00b (HOT!)||16-Jan-2012||Download||SD File pack for Standalone, includes LTPlus 3.0 for Slim Liteon (c4e release Jan 16 2012)|
*The date shown is the Fileset posted date not the Custom Firmware release date from official sources.
** There is no need to update the SD File Pack on this Release (3.0c) as the LTPlus for Hitachi 78/79 does not change the SD Card Files, so the SD File Pack remains on (3.0b)
What is a Fileset ?
So far you have learned to work with invidual custom firmware release files, that means download single files for every release (ixtreme, ixtreme lt, ltplus, ltplus 1.1, etc). A fileset is a container of several single files, is nothing different as having all your custom firmware files just that having it in single-container file it allows better mantainance and update.
How to Install the fileset to use it on Lizard Toolbox?
a) Click on the fileset you want to download (the table with the options should be accessible at the very top of this blog)
b) Follow download steps and save somewhere in your PC
c) Unzip the downloaded file inside the CFW_Templates folder located inside the Lizard Toolbox application folder. The results show looks like this:
Thats it, now when you open Lizard toolbox you should be able to see the downloaded templates on the Easy View tab of the CFW Generator pane
How to split the container to have individual files to work with (for the advanced tab of the Lizard Toolbox)?
If you need the individual files for work on the Avanced tab you can extract them from the fileset very easily. Just go to to Lizard Toolbox on the CFW Generator Pane and then under Easy View tab.
Once there just select the fileset template from the list (if none appear then you must go back to read this article to learn how to download and install them first). Once you have it selected, just click on the "Split" link and will ask you where to extract the contents. We recommend you create a subfolder called "fw" under Lizard Toolbox folder so you have a more organized way of work.