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Re: ME-80 - USB Drivers / Boss Tone Studio
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2017, 11:03:09 AM »
BOSS TONE STUDIO  - BUG FIX  / MacOS 10.12 compatible
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Support for macOS Sierra (10.12) was added.
Bug Fixes
The following bugs were fixed.
Unintended patch data sometimes being sent during a patch-selection operation was corrected.
Some keyboard operations failing to work properly was corrected.
Other modification to the behavior of the user interface were made.

BTS for ME-25 (WIN)
https://www.boss.info/global/support/by_product/me-25/updates_drivers/5b1f080a-7f69-4b99-82a7-de884db13fc2/

BTS for ME-25 (MacOS 10.12 compatible)
https://www.boss.info/global/support/by_product/me-25/updates_drivers/3a8d8c4a-adc7-403c-b8b3-d17434faeee7/


PLEASE READ THE "README.html" file that is included with the USB driver download
( 90% of ALL problems with Roland/Boss computer connectivity via USB occurs from folks who disregard following the supplied "README instructions contained inside the zip / rar/ tgz files .
« Last Edit: April 07, 2017, 05:19:59 PM by Elantric »

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Re: ME-80 - USB Drivers / Boss Tone Studio
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2017, 07:08:30 AM »

All Boss Tone Studio for Windows download links have been removed while Roland /Boss sort out why recent MS Windows update/Adobe AIR updates present a conflict for the BTS Installer

If you already have HYS installed ,please DO NOT REMOVE IT .

I might take a few months for Roland/Boss to deliver a fix


Meanwhile ,use Gumtown's Floorboard Editor for your device (Katana,GP-10,GT-100,GT-001)
https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?posts/24057971/

To all those having problems installing tone studio on windows 10: Set your date back (a year will do) and then run the install - this will get it installed and then you can change the date back to the correct date - All Good!
I believe it is probably something like a code signing certificate has expired (or similar) - changing the date gets around whatever check it is performing during the install. Enjoy!

 

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