I have firmware version 1.2.003T that will correct this issue.
Please note that all upgrade BIN files, regardless of their version or purpose, are named either FW5210for all the 5210 camera models, or FW6210for all the 6210 camera models.
If you know of a later firmware version that is suitable for your camera, and which has an essential feature you need, or is specific to fixing a problem that your camera might have, then maybe, once you have made certain you really need it.
Remove the SD card and put it into the card slot of your PC, or if your PC does not have a card slot, use the camera's USB cable to connect to your computer.
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If your camera is functioning normally, doing the job you require and has no obvious faults, then in my opinion it's probably best not to do an upgrade (why fix a running engine? In other words, my advice is don't upgrade for the sake of having the latest firmware installed, because it might be a version that is fixing a specific problem that your camera does not have; and in some instances might harm your camera's performance.
Open Windows Explorer and you'll find the card listed SD/MMC(? The drive designation will vary depending on how many drives are working on your computer.
Open the folders on the card and in the folder named 100IMAGE you will find the images you have taken.The only way you can identify a particular firmware file is by the name of the zip archive file it arrives in.You can also find the firmware and other information by looking at the EXIF data in image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop or Corel Paint Shop Pro.There has been a problem with some of the latest 6210MGs where although the MMS/GPRS sets up OK and all the normal menu functions set up and work, the camera will not send data.An indication of this is the absence of the antenna icon and status indication in the top right hand of the screen (see Figure 4).If you think you have this problem, please get in touch by email; and include the camera's Model Number, Serial Number and date purchased.