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    TP Link Firmware Recovery Utility - No LEDs lit? Try this.

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    TP Link seem unwilling to upload this themselves for some internal reason.

    If your firmware update fails and your TP-LINK powerline adaptor is "dead" after a powercycle, this should rescue it.

    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AAXXYwUIK3q_jZQK

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    Thanks for sharing!

  3. #3
    Hy

    Can you reup the PLC Recovery Tool i get message wpcap.dll is missing

    Thanks

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    The software hasn't changed. Works here.

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    I tried to use the software to recover my powerline adapter, but when I type in the correct PLC MAC Address using the format the software tells you to use, and browse for the correct firmware files, when I press the Scan button it says "No device to recover!" Am I doing something wrong? I have WinPcap installed, as well as the latest TP-Link PLC Utility. I also ran the PLC Recover Tool in Administrator Mode. I'm using the software on Windows 10.

    Are there any additional steps I need to take besides the ones I listed above? Any help would be appreciated.

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    If I recall correctly you should not need to type in the MAC address it should scan and find it. Is is bricked after an attempted firmware update?You are directly connected via Ethernet cable? You get a link light on PC? What model and version?

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    Cool Solved plc recovery tool

    if you cant get your powerline to be found within the tool as i couldnt when i installed the incorrect frimware for my powerline , you must install the incorrect firmware again and power the adapter off during the update as this will brick your device and you will be able to get back to the correct firmware through this tool, the problem i was having was my device still worked on the incorrect firmware but would not allow me to update to the correct one using the above mehtod you can install the correct firmware

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    Lost Powerline ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamieandrew View Post
    if you cant get your powerline to be found within the tool as i couldnt when i installed the incorrect frimware for my powerline , you must install the incorrect firmware again and power the adapter off during the update as this will brick your device and you will be able to get back to the correct firmware through this tool, the problem i was having was my device still worked on the incorrect firmware but would not allow me to update to the correct one using the above mehtod you can install the correct firmware
    I made this, and now the TP Link Firmware Recovery Utility not recognize the PLC, and i have only one light lit, the ethernet light and not is blinking. I Need some help. I've tried to do a lot of reset's and nothing works.

  9. #9
    Hello
    I'm trying to use this tool to recover a TL-PA4010 that failed to upgrade the firmware and bricked
    When i scan the app detectes the device but when i try to recover it always fails. I already tried different version of firmwares but no luck

    I used wireshark and the powerline is sending packets

    I found open-plc-utils but i have no access to a mac or linux and dont know how to compile with Visual Studio

    Any help will be greatly appreciated

    Thanks

  10. #10
    Hi Everyone

    I just failed do recovery my TP Link TL-PA2010P with the PLC Recover software it detects the PLC but failed to recover. Do the PLC Recover software works with this model? what i m doing wrong?

    Thankx

  11. #11
    Thanks a lot The Vogon!

    I had a TL-PA9025P totally bricked, no lights, no reaction. Used the software and in about 2 minutes I had it back.

    It's really was simple: 1) connect the CPL directly to the computer through ethernet. 2) Hit "scan" button. When it found it, 3) I chose the firmware file which I had previously downloaded to my PC and 4) hit "recover"
    (PA9025P owners, beware of the hardware version).

    Voilą!


 

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