Registering and updating your NAO

Updates

Updates section allows you to set and manage the link to the Aldebaran Cloud.

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For further details, see:

Registering your NAO

Step Action

On a computer connected to Internet, display the NAO Web page.

For further details, see: Accessing the NAO Web page.

Click the Updates page.

Click the Edit account button.

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Type the Email and Password of your Aldebaran Cloud account.
Click the Connect Button.

Updating your NAO

Step Action

Make sure your NAO is turned on and connected to the network.

Not sure?

  • Press its Chest button once.
  • If NAO says its name and IP address, connection is OK.

On a computer connected to Internet, display the NAO Web page.

For further details, see: Accessing the NAO Web page.

Click the Updates page.

Applications needing to be updated appear.

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Make sure Autonomous Life is switched off.

For further details see: Switching Autonomous life on and off.

Click the Update All button.

When do I need to update my NAO

You can trigger the update using the NAO Web page, when:

  • you want to retrieve the last release of already installed applications.

  • you have selected new applications on the Apps 2.1 Store.

    For further details, see: Selecting applications to install.

Downloading a system image

When a new system image is available for download, the NAO Web page displays an alert:

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This automatic download is the result of a a setting defined on the Apps 2.1 Store. For further details, see: Setting automatic system update.

To download the system image:

Step Action

Click the Download button.

A progression bar appears.

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Then:

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Check the battery level.

Important: make sure the robot battery is fully charged: a power shortage during upgrading could leave the robot in a fatal state.

Tips: if your battery has a limited autonomy, you should leave the charger plugged during the upgrade. However it could be wise to order a new battery.

Click the Reboot now button.

The boot process can take a long time.

For further details, see: Upgrading.