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Petition to request InFocus 4805 firmware upgrade

350 Signatures Goal: 500

Please sign this petition if you own an InFocus projector model 4805, and feel there is a need to obtain a newer firmware upgrade from InFocus to fix the issues associated with the latest firmware (v 1.13). InFocus released a v 1.13 firmware upgrade on December 10, 2004. This firmware upgrade reportedly enhances the base capabilities of the projector, but it also introduces a new issue, known as the \'flicker\' bug, where the screen would occasionally flicker/flash in a noticeable and distracting manner. InFocus has not released a new firmware upgrade since, leaving customers with only two options: A) Stay with the original firmware, and lose the new v1.13 capabilities, such as the improved source/resolution switching, or B) Upgrade to firmware v1.13 and experience the distracting \'flicker\' bug. Also, many users who have already upgraded to v 1.13 have found themselves stuck with that version as there is no supported/official method to revert to the original firmware.

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Customers who own the Infocus 4805 projector.

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    rene Denmark
    2 years ago
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    Antonis Papatrexagirebopoulos Greece
    3 years ago
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    Diamantis Kostopoulos Greece
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    Richard Gerhke Brazil
    6 years ago
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    vic man Mexico
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    Taigne Hammock United States
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    RAMON AVELLAR United States
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    aung zaw mon aung Malaysia
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    Alex Go Malaysia
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    Tim Sawtell United States
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    keith alexander United States
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    C Y China
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    John scherschel United States
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    Harrison Bannister United States
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