I've a Synology DS218+, a very good and recent NAS, it allows to share folders on the net choosing the SMB min/max allowed version from v1 to v3. SMBv1 is notoriously insecure so I've tried to switch the minimum allowed version to SMBv2 instead of SMBv1. Unfortunately my Minix U1 with latest firmware and latest XBMC 16.3 Beta couldn't anymore access the previously configured network folders so I had to revert the min allowed version to SMBv1 on the NAS. I've checked the Minix XBMC 16.3 beta settings about SMB and could only find a "force SMBv1" flag which is NOT checked on my U1. Looking at that setting Minix XBMC 16.3 beta supposedly supports SMB versions > v2, but it seems it doesn't or there's a bug in it's support. Every other computer on my network using Kodi 17.x has no problems to access the same configured network shares when the NAS is set to SMBv2 minimum allowed version. I'm not updating my U1 to XBMC 17.x as reading reports from other users on this forum it seems to suffer other bugs on the U1. Should I expect new updates for my U1, at least for security patches, or just throw my U1 and remember to never buy a Minix again?