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Microsoft Windows Tool for Flashing CC01, CR01, CR02 or CR03 using IP01

No tools available at this point for other Operating Systems!

Flashing Steps:

  1. Download file.
  2. Virus Check the file
  3. Unzip the file
  4. Connect IP01 and CC01/CR0x together
  5. Insert IP01 and CC01/CR0x into an available USB port
  6. Wait for eventual drivers to be installed, if driver installation fail, goto USB Driver
  7. Execute the xLoader.exe file
  8. Choose Firmware. There is a .hex file included in the install folder. You can also download a specific radio ID pairs.
  9. Choose your COM port. If no COM port is available, goto USB Driver
  10. Click Upload
  11. Wait for the text Uploading... to be replaced by <nnnn> bytes uploaded
  12. Unplug IP01 and CC01/CR0x

USB Driver

If you have issues with USB drivers for the IP01, then go here IP01, and install the driver from the drivers folder.

Flashing on Non-Windows Operating Systems

These instructions are provided AS IS. If you encounter difficulty, use the instructions above before reporting an issue.

  1. You will need to install the avrdude command. On several linux systems this is provided as a package through your package manager (e.g. sudo apt install avrdude).
  2. Execute the following command if IP01 is connected at /dev/ttyUSB0:
    avrdude -p m328p -b 57600 -P /dev/ttyUSB0 -c stk500v1 -U flash:w:CR03_BootCamp_Firmware_V1.200_20170812.hex


See the LICENSE "MIT License” file for license rights and limitations (MIT).