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Bus Pirate firmware v6 test release a4

Posted on Monday, December 12th, 2011 in Bus Pirate, firmware by Ian

After many changes to support the new Bus Pirate v4 hardware, firmware v6 is nearly ready. A test release for hardware v3 and v4 is available in the forum here.

There are releases for v3 and v4 hardware. If you have a chance to test it out, all feedback is greatly appreciated. See how we develop the firmware in this video.

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4 Responses to “Bus Pirate firmware v6 test release a4”

  1. ed says:

    Hmmm… so the v2go is now EOL for firmware support? Well, that will light a fire under me for getting the parts ordered for my 3.5 SOIC BP PCBs and firing up the “oven”. Sorry if I’m wrong and just didn’t see the note…
    Ry

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