The JackTrip Bridge should update automatically when you plug it all in. However, I recently had an experience where my Bridge would not update. In order to fix it, I removed the microSD card from the slot on the bottom of the Bridge and re-flashed it with the JackTrip disc image (file system). With a fresh flash of the operating system onto the microSD card, the Bridge resumed its normal auto-update capability.
In order for the microSD card to be in communication with the JackTrip disc image, or file system clone, I used a USB microSD card reader, and my laptop. On my laptop, I saved the JackTrip image (link below) to flash, and I installed the Balena Etcher flashing software. It was super easy and worked like a charm!
Below are links to a USB microSD card reader, microSD cards, and some detailed instructions.
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USB microSD card reader
If the card is damaged you might need a new blank microSD card (these are 32GB, need at least 2GB):