Mk4 is being actively developed. This doesn't just include changes on the python code (which can be updated via the Badge Store ), but also for the firmware . Think of it as updating your operating system. Like an operating system update it's a bit more involved than just updating applications. |+|
TiLDA can be updated via the Badge Store, the firmware of .
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|−|Warning: You might potentially lose all your apps and settings. |+|
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|−|What you need: |+|
:and . to have .
|−|* A computer with USB and a cable to your badge | |
|−|* A checkout of Mk4-Apps. See [[TiLDA_MK4/Badge_Store_Submissions| here]] for how to do that | |
|−|* You need to have http://dfu-util.sourceforge. net/ installed | |
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|−|You should also look up how to use [[TiLDA_MK4/tilda-tools| tilda-tools]]. |+|
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|−|This is how to do it: |+|
|−|* Connect the Badge to your computer using the USB cable |+|
Connect the Badge to your computer using the USB cable
|−|* Put your Badge into DFU mode . To do so press and hold the centre button of the joystick and press reset button, let go of joystick after a second . |+|
Put your Badge into DFU mode the joystick press reset button, let go of joystick after a second
|−|* Run the firmware update : |+|
Run firmwareupdate/a terminal
|−|** OSX / Linux: Open a terminal , go to your Mk4-Apps folder and run "./tilda_tools firmware-update". |+|
Follow the onscreen information
|−|** Windows: Todo |+|
Don't forget to press the reset buttons once the firmware update was successful
|−|* Follow the onscreen information | |
|−|* Don't forget to press the reset buttons once the firmware update was successful . | |
While many of the TiLDA apps can be updated via the Badge Store, the base firmware of the badge must be updated over USB.
Updating will provide stability and performance improvements, as well as fixing problems with phone calls.
Warning: Updating the badge firmware will wipe all apps and settings. Please be sure to have backed up your own code before doing this.
What you need
- A computer running OSX, Linux, or Windows equipped with USB ports
- A micro USB cable to connect your badge
- TiLDA Tools installed
- DFU Util installed
- Connect the Badge to your computer using the USB cable
- Put your Badge into DFU mode (Press the joystick in - it will click, then press the reset button, then let go of the joystick after a second)
tilda-tools firmware-update in a terminal (in the location where you installed TiLDA Tools)
- Follow the onscreen information
- Don't forget to press the reset buttons once the firmware update was successful!