I just got my hands on a second SL2 and ran the baseband update via Wi Fi this time around. This was almost as dumb as when I thought they updated the Channel Logo's. It went VERY smoothly as opposed to the first device using MSS. I've been having this issue where every time I plug into MSS, it tells me I have an update available. I just got my hands on a second SL2 and ran the baseband update via Wi Fi this time around. This was almost as dumb as when I thought they updated the Channel Logo's.This update will take approximately 50 minutes to complete, but only requires periodic monitoring, leaving you free to do other things during the process.If you happen to be the owner of a Sirius Stiletto 2 you've probably spent the last week contemplating firing that little black brick out a window – the good news is, you're not alone and we finally have a fix.
If it gives you the update again, this is what it is. Sounds like that is one bug they neglected to fix with the new version. If you don't use YMJ there is no need for that update. I actually was able to find out what this "phantom update" is. The first time it put the unit into a infinate reboot look and needed a device recovery. This came up months ago when the SL2 was first released. The only common thing I did between this time and my last occurrence is do a shutdown while in Library mode.Simply dock the device, set the channel to 0, and sit back and relax while your Stiletto 2 updates the final update needed for fully functional glory.Its been a long week for patient SL2 owners and although most are happy to put this all behind them, there are still a couple of isolated incidents of people experiencing issues such as not being able to access their “best of xm”channels.