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What's new in Phase Manager?



Discover all the latest updates and features included with every version of Phase Manager!

Each version brings a better experience with Phase, resolution of bugs and additional features, so make sure you’re up-to-date! 😉


Update 2.2.1

POSTED ON MAY 5th, 2021 BY PHASE TEAM


On May 5th, we have released the following improvements to Phase Manager:

  • Resolution of a specific bug occurring in bad radio environments, which could trigger the shutdown of the Remotes while in use.

  • Improvement of the USB hardware management, to optimize the communication between the Phase Receiver and Serato DJ Pro.

  • 9 new gradient options are available in Phase Manager to customize the colors of your Remotes.

  • Various other small fixes.



Update 2.2

POSTED ON APRIL 12th, 2021 BY PHASE TEAM


On April 12th, we have released the following improvements to Phase Manager:

  • The update contains the new Firmware 6 update, giving the access to the Serato HID integration,

  • New display of the battery percentage level via the screen in Phase Manager when the Remote is charging,

  • Brand-new USB integration via HID with Serato DJ Pro,

  • Additional HID section in the settings’ Setup tab, including tutorials,

  • New “Double-Tap” calibration feature available as beta in the settings’ Calibration tab,

  • Overall rework of the UI/UX to facilitate and improve the user experience,

  • Global improvement of the firmware update process for more efficiency and stability.



Update 2.1.8

POSTED ON MARCH 5th, 2021 BY PHASE TEAM


On March 5th, we have released the following improvements to Phase Manager:

  • Minor stability fix of the software,

  • Bug resolution of the downgrade from beta Firmware 6 to Firmware 5.



Update 2.1.7

POSTED ON OCTOBER 21st, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On October 21st, we have released the following improvement to Phase Manager.

  • Resolution of the specific bug, which prevented updating Phase from Firmware 1 into a newer version.



Update 2.1.6

POSTED ON OCTOBER 9th, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On October 9th, we have released the following improvements to Phase Manager.

  • Rework of the Remote captors’ sensitivity in order to improve the user’s experience with Traktor and resolve an issue affecting the Remotes’ stability.

  • Resolution of other minor issues occurring on the Remotes color picker home page, and text wording modifications.



Update 2.1.5

POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 28th, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On September 28th, we have released the following improvement to Phase Manager.

  • Improvement of the overall stability of the update process.



Update 2.1.4

POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 10th, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On September 9th, we have released the following improvements to Phase Manager.

  • New color customization feature: Multicolor gradient on the Remotes’ LEDs; rework of the color tab UI now displaying the real-time color information of the Remotes.

  • Resolution of a bug occurring during the unit renaming process.



Update 2.1.3

POSTED ON JULY 23rd, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On July 23rd, we have released the following improvement to Phase Manager.

  • Fix a major issue that was preventing some new users from properly opening Phase Manager.



Update 2.1.2

POSTED ON JULY 22nd, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On July 22nd, we have released the following two improvements to Phase Manager.

  • Fix of random crashes occurring during the updating process.

  • Improvement of Phase detection issues after connecting the Receiver related to specific USB configuration.



Update 2.1.1

POSTED ON JULY 8th, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


On July 8th, we have released new improvements and features on Phase Manager, adding the following:

  • Tutorial pop-ups to accompany Phase users: Behavior and features explanations such as Remotes’ status to understand better how your Phase works.

  • New wording and translations: to define with more accuracy all Phase behavior, such as “linked/unlinked” Remotes, which indicate when a Remote is correctly connected to the Phase Receiver or not.

  • Rework of UI elements: to deliver an enhanced user experience.

  • Resolution of various bugs: occurring during update and connection.



Update 2.1.0

POSTED ON JULY 30th, 2020 BY PHASE TEAM


We are happy to release the new configuration software for Phase, called “Phase Manager”. As Phase has evolved with the latest firmware update, so must do its configuration software to ensure the best product experience since the moment users plug Phase for the first time. In this new software, users will find:

  • A complete redesign of the interface: With improvements of the user experience, including new features and customization options.

  • A new dashboard with the integration of product behavior: Phase Manager provides real-time information about the user’s device. The goal is to help Phase users understand the product better by displaying information such as immediate connection status (linked/unlinked) and battery percentage.

  • A simpler updating process of Phase: All Phase elements are now automatically updated at once in just a few minutes. To learn more about the updating process, check this step-by-step guided tutorial.

  • Cross-platform software to send updates automatically and remotely: Phase Manager is available as a cross-platform, which represents an important improvement as it will allow us to send updates and new features to users in real-time. As a cross-platform, Phase Manager will be available for macOS, and will also be more accessible for Windows users since it is no longer required to re-download the app with every firmware update in the Windows store.

  • Enhanced connectivity and accessibility: We have included resolution of minor USB connectivity bugs, and availability in three languages: English, French, and Spanish, as requested by many of our users.


Thanks again to all our users for their support and feedback. If you have any questions concerning your Phase or would like to learn more, continue on discovering our website or the Help Center, or directly contact our product specialists!

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