Updated Firmware, Software, and Apps for VBOX Video HD2

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We have released updated firmware, setup software, and apps for VBOX Video HD2.

The new VBOX Video Firmware (download here) includes these features:

Performance Increases

  • VBOX Video now fully boots up, and installs scenes up to 50 % quicker than previous release
  • Removed requirement to power cycle unit after scene install

New Bluetooth Support

  • Introducing support for high speed OBD link Bluetooth module
  • Ability to register five Bluetooth devices to VBOX Video
  • Smart control to scan and enable available Bluetooth devices

Logging Updates

  • Updated support to allow use of higher capacity recording media, utilising exFAT formatted USB and SD cards
  • Improved file closing logic

iOS and Android Preview Apps

  • Faster and more stable communication between the app and the VBOX Video HD2
  • Ability to add and remove Bluetooth devices for VBOX Video HD2
  • Bluetooth paired/active status icon
  • Record icon displayed when recording
  • Audio streaming now enabled
  • Option to download scene to SD card


  • Ability to view live camera preview within Setup Software via WiFi
  • Ability to save current scene to inserted media
  • 1 ft roll-out performance test updates
  • Nürburgring VLN start/finish update
  • Updated communication with OLED
  • Added best lap text parameter
  • Added ‘Time stationary’ parameter, with auto reset
  • Added ‘Combo-G’ data source channel
  • Scene on SD card is backed up if a scene with the same name is saved to the card

PLEASE NOTE that when upgrading the firmware you must have the cameras connected to the recording unit, as they are included as part of the upgrade. Once upgraded the cameras are not compatible with the previous firmware release (1.2.46). More info on software compatibility on RACELOGIC Support.

The VBOX Video Setup Software (download here) is required to be used in conjunction with the new firmware to ensure compatibility between versions and also to allow for the new features.

VBOX Video App iconThe VBOX Video App – available from the Google Play Store and iTunes – has also been updated and now gives the user the opportunity to save the current scene from the HD2 onto the SD card.

It also has the option for saving diagnostic logs to the SD card should they be required by the Racelogic Support Team.

New app functionality:

  • Opion to pair and unpair Bluetooth devices through the app
  • Shows Bluetooth icon when a paired device is connected
  • Option to save scene to SD card through the app
  • Option to save a diagnostic log to SD card through the app
  • Faster and more stable communication between the app and the VBOX Video HD2