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Praim Toolkit ver. 1.5.5

Supported Thin Client Models

This version of Praim Toolkit supports these thin client models:

  • XT900-I, XT920-I, XT901-I

  • XT9000-I XT9200-I, XP9400-I, WE9700-I

  • XT9000-C, XT9200-C, XP9400-C, WE9700-C

  • XT9000-U, XT9200-U, XP9400-U, WE9700-U

  • XT9050-A, XP9400-A, WE9700-A

  • XT9050-TC180, XT9200-TC180

  • BT9000

  • C9010, C9050, C9200, C9400, C9700, C9080

  • A9050, A9700
  • U9050, U9200, U9700, U90-HDX, U90-RFX, U90-HOR
  • A9054, A9074, A9084, A90-HDX, A90-RFX, A90-HOR
  • U9054, U9074, U9084
  • D9054, D9074, D9084, D90-HDX, D90-RFX, D90-HOR
  • N9012, N9052, N9072, N90-HDX, N90-RFX, N90-HOR
  • A9014
  • U9014
  • D9014


 ATTENTION: It is mandatory to use this version of Toolkit to create USB Recovery Key for ThinOX version 10.2.5 and greater.


For Windows 10 IoT thin client models use this version or newer to restore or clone image firmware (e.g. N9012, A9014, U9014 and D9014).

DO NOT USE USB 3.0 PORT FOR MODEL U9050, U9200, U9080, U9700

Do not use the key generated by the Toolkit on thin client models U9050, U9200, U9080, U9700 on USB 3.0 ports. The USB key generated by the Praim Toolkit is not working using USB 3.0 ports on the thin client models U9050, U9200, U9080, U9700; in this case use only USB 2.0 ports.

NOT Supported Thin Client Models

These old models are NOT supported: INO-840, XP-6600, XP-6700.

Release Notes

Issue IDTypeFromDescription
TCTK-171Improvement1.5.5Added boot image version 1.1.0. It will solve some bug and improve features.
TCTK-170Improvement1.5.5The Toolkit can be used to backup a Praim Windows thin client, not just to clone it.
TCTK-169Improvement1.5.4Support for model ThinOX4PC-T9150.
TCTK-168Improvement1.5.4Support for ThinOX4PC new model: T9050-C.
TCTK-167News1.5.3Support for these new models: N9152, N91-HDX, N91-HOR, N91-RFX, N9112, N9172, E9154, E91-HDX, E91-HOR, E91-RFX, E9114, E9174, H9154, H9114.
TCTK-156Improvement1.5.5The Toolkit check if there is a new version available, and propose to download it (to work the Toolkit has to be installed on a PC with an Internet connection available. The firewall must open traffic to "*" servers).