Brother printers have been receiving firmware updates since September and have been known to issue security issues, with some users reporting issues with their printer, including the ability to disable printers that are connected to their network.
But this time around, the company has released a firmware update to address some of those concerns.
The company is currently rolling out firmware update 0.5.0, and it comes with several changes, including new features for Brother’s printer.
For example, it’s now possible to disable all printers that the company’s network isn’t supporting, such as printers that connect to the internet via WAN, as well as printers from certain vendors.
But the company says that it also added a new feature that will allow the Brother printer to automatically reconnect if the network is reconnected and all other printer drivers are working properly.
Additionally, the firmware update also makes it easier to update the printer, and users can simply install it manually, rather than needing to manually upgrade the firmware.
It’s important to note that this is an automatic firmware update, and not a factory reset, so you won’t need to do anything manually to update.
The company says it is not aware of any issues with Brother’s devices, so this update should be good to go.