TI Ez430 Chronos watch – Getting started on custom firmwares

Posted on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 in tutorials by DP


TI Ez430 Chronos watch – Getting started on custom firmwares:

Elpaso, from the 43oh Forums has written a nice tutorial on how to get started on the Ez430 Chronos watch with what is out there currently. He covers the watch, the control center, wireless updates and custom firmwares.

Via 43oh.

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  1. mk2soldier says:

    Great stuff!

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