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Blunik I support has ended

What is Blunik I end of support?

Blunik provided support for Blunik I for the past 11 years. But the time came for us, along with our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources toward supporting more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great new experiences. As a result, technical assistance for Blunik I is no longer available, including updates that help connect with other Blunik devices.

What happens if I continue to use Blunik I?

If you continue to use Blunik I, now that support has ended, your device will still work but will have a limited effectiveness against the Blunik equipment that has the latest updates. Also, as product optimization increases for the most recent versions of Blunik, you can expect to increase the number of applications and devices that do not work with the Blunik I.

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