KD22

OMNINAS for iOS is a 32-bit application. iOS 11 only supports 64-bit apps. Since the OMNINAS app is also discontinued, there is unfortunately no further support.

You can also use a PC to access the contents of a hard drive used in an OMNINAS (e.g. KS10 KD20, KD21, KD22) if you don't have access to the original NAS model any longer. However, this is not possible using Windows add-ons alone, so you will need one of the following third-party programs. You may only read disks created in SINGLE or RAID 1. Usually you cannot read disks created in JBOD and RAID 0 configuration.

Please note: Shuttle cannot accept responsibility for loss of data and damage caused by the use of the following programs:

Note: This instruction is intended for advanced users.

  1. Download the following file suitable for your Shuttle OMNINAS:
  2. Unzip the ZIP file downloaded onto a FAT32 formatted, empty USB 2.0 stick (sticks with USB 3.0 interface are not suitable for this process).
  3. Remove the LAN cable and the hard disk(s) from your NAS. To reinsert correctly, note the order of hard disk 1 and 2.
  4. Insert the USB stick into the front USB port on the NAS and start the unit.
  5. The LEDs on the NAS will illuminate red and flash during the process, which takes a few minutes. The unit will switch off automatically later.
  6. Remove the USB stick and reinsert the hard disks into the unit in the correct order.
  7. The update is completed by starting the NAS by pressing the power button.
  1. Please download the latest firmware from the Shuttle website.
  2. Save the firmware file to a desired folder.
    Note: DO NOT extract or unzip the *.tar file!
  3. Run the Finder software to search your local network for your OMNINAS and then press the connect button. (If you only have one OMNINAS, the Finder connects to the web UI automatically.)
  4. After connecting to the web UI, please enter your user name and password for login.
  5. Click the settings icon to enter the settings page.
  6. This information will show your current firmware version.
  7. Go to the Firmware Update page, browse to the file that you have saved as explained above and then click update.
  8. The firmware update is now being processed.
  9. A message will be shown when the update process is completed.
  10. You may also visit the log page to see more information on the update process.

While using “Live update” to update FW (FW version KD21/KD22 of limited v2.01.20140522 and v2.00.20140402), after FW was 100% downloaded, the screen might not re-flash automatically. This will lead to an “update now” button missing situation. User is required to press F5 key manually to update the screen, so that “update now” button will appear for user to continue the FW update process.

  • While downloading FW, if user jumped to other web UI screen then back to FW update page after FW download process is 100% completed, the “update now” button will be shown correctly.
  • If the user stayed in the FW download screen over 10 minutes, the web page will timeout. Log into the web UI for Firmware update again will also display the “update now” button correctly (if FW download was 100% completed already).
  1. Go to Media Server and turn on Media Server service. Then click “Go to Media Box”.
  2. The browser will open a new TWONKY SERVER page and it will automatically search your OMNINAS media files. The media files result will show in Status page.
  3. The Media Box will group your media files into three folders (video/music/photo).
  • faq/omninas/kd22.txt
  • Last modified: 2017/12/18 13:22
  • by TS