At the beginning it says: “from firmware 2.1.9, only OS 2.3 (and above) will be supported”
What is OS? For me OS means Operating System, i.e. SW. So looking at my device I would assume “App Version” = OS. My App Version is 2.2.5 so can I not upgrade from my current 2.1.9 to 184.108.40.206?
On the other hand the “Hardware Version” for my device is 2.3-DC. So maybe “Hardware Version” = OS. That doesn’t quite make sense as one is HW and the other is SW but maybe OS doesn’t mean Operating System/SW.
I read the link in the FAQs but I am still confused. I fully understand that Hardware version is set and cannot be updated. But, in agreement with mula above and in the IT world, App version is upgradable. Please clarify – can the App version be upgraded? or only the firmware?
“from firmware 2.1.9, only OS 2.3 (and above) will be supported” — this sentence means: firmware 2.1.9 and future firmwares will only support hardware version 2.3 and above (i.e. hardware 2.3, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 etc.). You have OS 2.3, which means OpenSprinkler 2.3, i.e. Hardware version 2.3, that means your controller can be upgraded to firmware 2.1.9 and future firmwares.
App refers to Mobile app, you can always update your app in the app store, this is regardless of what hardware or firmware version you have. You don’t even need an OpenSprinkler to install the mobile app. Firmware is the software running on the controller, it is different from the mobile app. Mobile app can be thought of as the ‘front end’ or ‘graphics user interface’ of the controller.