Updating the terminal

Updating the terminal is done on the MyQ web administrator interface. MyQ Server 8.2 patch 6 or higher is required.

  1. Open the Printers & Terminals settings tab (MyQ, Settings, Printers & Terminals).

  2. On the Terminal packages section, select the installed terminal package, and click Upgrade on the ribbon (or right-click, Upgrade).

  3. Browse and open the latest terminal package, and click OK.

    Updating the terminal package
  4. The terminal package is uploaded and installed, and the device is automatically reactivated.

If you are trying to +Add a later version of the same terminal package, a pop-up informs you that you can upgrade your installation. Click Yes to continue. The terminal package is uploaded and installed, and the device is automatically reactivated. (MyQ Server 8.2 patch 6 or higher is required)

Upgrade pop-up

Uninstalling the terminal

To uninstall the embedded terminal, you need to reset the service mode settings that were changed before the installation, and then return the device to its factory default state. See the detailed steps below:

  1. Open the 08 SETTING MODE, and then tap Classic near the upper-right corner of the screen to switch to the classic screen layout with a numeric touchpad, where you can write the codes. For information about accessing the 08 SETTING MODE, please see the printing device's manual or ask your Toshiba provider.

  2. On the device's numeric touchpad, type 3640, and then press the Start button. The screen changes to SYSTEM MODE.

  3. Change the value displayed at the upper-left corner of the screen to 0 (type 0), and then tap OK. The screen returns to TEST MODE.

  4. On the device's numeric touchpad, type 9132, and then press the Start button. The screen changes to SYSTEM MODE.

  5. Change the value displayed at the upper-left corner of the screen to 6 (type 6), and then tap OK. The screen returns to TEST MODE.

  6. Restart the printing device.

  7. Reset the printing device to its factory default state. For information about resetting the printer to the factory default state, please see the printing device's manual or ask your Toshiba provider.