After one month of efforts I realised that I’ve not bought this unit to spend time to understand it, to get annoyed, to play with firmwares and to spend other peoples time with my questions. I’m not going to be a beta-tester on my own time and nerves.
WD builds great and solid hard-drives but their software (or whoever the contractors are) is not even a tenth as good as their hardware. Anybody who checks this forum sees the amount of proven bugs and issues of the software. It is un-tested, un-stable and even the interface could be much much better. The firmware updates are too rare for my patience and after so much time from the product launch it is unacceptable to still be in a sort of testing phase and people screeming for updates.
I sold my WD Hub.
I’ll go to something else, hopefully more stable and predictible, I’ve already short-listed one or two brands.
Thank you guys for your time replying to my questions. There are remarkable ideas and bug-fixes, solid knowledge and serious users on this forum. I hope somebody will listen…