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Hello all,


we just released the software for both the Studio X and the G7500


What is new:


Studio X30 and Studio X50 have the latest Microsoft Teams APK 1449 and with this, the April Update for Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android >here<



  • Microsoft Teams Enhancements
    This release supports the following enhancements if you’re using Microsoft Teams as a conferencing provider:
    ● Proximity join: You can join a nearby meeting room easily.
    ● If you’ve paired your system with a Poly TC8 device, you can now access administrator settings.
    Additionally, you can view the software version number and controller information on the Settings screen.
    Note: After upgrading to Poly VideoOS 3.3.2-286154, you must sign in to the paired TC8 device using the same Microsoft Teams account and credentials you use on the Studio X Family system.

    Setup Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCaE8OV6Df8

  • Support for Zoom Rooms 5.5.0
  • Additional Multicamera Support with Zoom Rooms
  • Native Interoperability with Dialpad
  • Updated Icons
  • Wi-Fi Enhancements
    Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network During Initial System Setup
    This release supports connecting to a Wi-Fi network during the initial system setup. If the system isn’t connected to a valid network at startup, it prompts you to connect to Ethernet or configure Wi-Fi.
    Note: Only Zoom Rooms and Microsoft Teams support a Wi-Fi connection as the primary network. If you change to an unsupported conferencing application, the system automatically disables Wi-Fi as the primary network and defaults to the Ethernet connection.
    Using Wi-Fi as a Primary Network with Microsoft Teams
    With this release, you can configure Wi-Fi as your primary network if you’re using Microsoft Teams as your conferencing provider and are using WEP, WPA, or WPA2 Wi-Fi protocols on the 2.4 GHz spectrum.
    The system doesn’t support connecting an IP device (for example, Poly TC8 or Poly Trio) when using Teams. You must use a touchscreen or a Bluetooth remote to interact with the system.
    Note: You must reboot the system after you switch from Ethernet to Wi-Fi to ensure Teams accesses the right network.
  • New REST APIs for Device Mode
  • Remote Logging Updates
  • Global Security Enhancements
  • Increased Number of TC8 Devices Supported
  • Important Downgrading Information


Older 3.3.1 release >here<

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