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Old 15th June 2017, 09:42 PM   #271
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Hello again, it has been while since I posted here last time. Last time i destroyed 2 modules while trying to reprogram them with FTDI so this time I want to go another way. Are cheap (this one for example) CSR USB-FTDI are any good? Also this time I want to use this module with I2S DAC and amplifier, and it would be nice to have some buttons to control it, so any advices with this?
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Old 17th June 2017, 01:02 PM   #272
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Hello, a complete newbie here
I've bought chinese board with CSR8645 soldered to it.
There is an auxillary output, a mic input, nicely organised connectors plus some logic to let auxillary passthrough while there is no bluetooth playback, also it accepts power in range from ~10V to ~30V.
Is there a way to use bluetooth serial port to configure 8645? As for the starting point I want to change its bluetooth name.
I don't have any soldering skills and any flashing/connection boards. SPI/FTDI/I2C, all those things are a complete new world to me. However I can code in C/C++, Python and not scared with possibility of some console/command promt action.
I've already acquired BlueSuite 2.5 and CSR86XX ROM config tools and willing to learn, thanks in advance x)
P.S. There is an image in attachment for understanding what kind of board I've got.
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Old 18th June 2017, 11:30 PM   #273
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Hello, a complete newbie here
I've bought chinese board with CSR8645 soldered to it.
There is an auxillary output, a mic input, nicely organised connectors plus some logic to let auxillary passthrough while there is no bluetooth playback, also it accepts power in range from ~10V to ~30V.
Is there a way to use bluetooth serial port to configure 8645? As for the starting point I want to change its bluetooth name.
I don't have any soldering skills and any flashing/connection boards. SPI/FTDI/I2C, all those things are a complete new world to me. However I can code in C/C++, Python and not scared with possibility of some console/command promt action.
I've already acquired BlueSuite 2.5 and CSR86XX ROM config tools and willing to learn, thanks in advance x)
P.S. There is an image in attachment for understanding what kind of board I've got.
HI, if you want to screw around with settings you must have programator (like that one in my post above) or hack Ftdi board but this burned 2 my 8645
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