Fritzbox receives the latest update for the new version

Router manufacturer AVM has equipped other devices with the new version of the FritzOS operating system. We’ll show you which routers got the update and how to update your device.

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Fritzbox 6820 LTE v1/v2/v3 router owners can now update their devices to the current FritzOS 7.27 operating system. The manufacturer AVM writes on its website. AVM has already started outfitting the first routers with the new Fritz OS release in the past few months. More about this I read here. And the Here.

With the update, AVM fixed some issues and, according to its own data, improved a few things. In addition, users can access new functions. Among other things, users can easily prioritize Internet access on their PC. In addition, AVM promises more WLAN performance with network routing and enhanced SMS functionality. Routers also support the new WPA3 encryption standard. More about WPA I read here.

How to get Fritzbox update

In general, you should install software updates that are immediately available for all devices. Because mostly there are not only new functions, but manufacturers also fill in security holes. AVM also writes on its website: “With each new update of the FRITZ operating system! AVM also updates security functions and therefore recommends the update to all devices.”

Fritzbox may download and install updates automatically. To check if you are using the current version of Fritz OS or to install updates manually, proceed as follows:

  1. Go to your Fritzbox settings. To do this, open the browser and enter the standard IP address of the router. This is 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1. With Fritzbox, you can also”http://fritz.boxwrite in “.
  2. On the left, click “System“.
  3. Click here on “Update“.
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Here you can click on “Find new FRITZ! OS”. You can also find your current Fritz OS version here.

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