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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    pre-ANNOUNCE: SqueezeAMP andSqueezeliteESP32

    Wow... it's alive! It's playing music! And f... that serial adapter. It
    must have been broken from the beginning. It looked broken from the
    beginning. But sometimes it's difficult to figure out you're not doing
    something wrong.

    Whatever: found another cable from UE Boom days. And with the knowledge
    about cables and color coding I've collected over the past days I gave
    it a try. And it worked on first attempt!

    Next up I'll have to learn how to update the firmware. Thanks guys! And
    sorry for bothering you :-).

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    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Next up I'll have to learn how to update the firmware. Thanks guys! And
    sorry for bothering you :-)
    You are welcome!

    When you get the hang of firmware flashing, feel free to test drive our nvs_parameters branch. You can download binaries from this location (I am assuming you have the 8Mb flash chip hardware version)

    https://github.com/sle118/squeezelit...nvs_parameters

    This is bleeding edge, but worth a try. While @daduke handles the UI front end, I am working on the backend where a lot of the "proof of concept" configuration approach of using compile time options has to be ported to a more user friendly configuration UI. This follows an effort to build a dual boot system: a recovery application (stored in the ESP32's factory partition) to flash new versions of Squeezelite (stored in a separate OTA parition). Both applications share the same codebase, except that the recovery doesn't have Squeezelite compiled.

    The idea is to have a fallback application that should make the device unbrickable, or at least very robust, while allowing a seamless download/install mechanism.

    Hoping you enjoy the platform as much as I do!
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    pre-ANNOUNCE: SqueezeAMP andSqueezeliteESP32

    > When you get the hang of firmware flashing, feel free to test drive our
    > nvs_parameters branch. You can download binaries from this location (I
    > am assuming you have the 8Mb flash chip hardware version)
    >
    > https://github.com/sle118/squeezelit...nvs_parameters


    Thanks! Hung out with the guys on gitter and got the OTA version
    working. And this morning I was finally able to connect it to some
    speakers :-). This is an awesome project!

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    I finished up testing a few combinations of the printed boxes. Rather than pollute this thread with too many image-heavy posts I started a new thread.

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    pre-ANNOUNCE: SqueezeAMP and SqueezeliteESP32

    I've pressed the button for an order of 30 units. Total is ~1700USD, so a bit below $60 per unit for the full 2-cell version. I've orderd 15 with all components populated and 15 with through-holes connectors not populated (they will be included with the board, though so that you can choose to solder them yourself). It will probably take 5-6 weeks to be built
    Last edited by philippe_44; 2019-10-08 at 02:48.
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    Ooh, that's going to be a long wait :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by philippe_44 View Post
    I've pressed the button for an order of 30 units. Total is ~1700USD, so a bit below $60 per unit for the full 2-cell version. I've orderd 15 with all components populated and 15 with through-holes connectors not populated (they will be included with the board, though so that you can choose to solder them yourself). It will probably take 5-6 weeks to be built
    Hi Philippe,

    I'd mentioned previously I'd be interested in 1 or 2 depending on pricing. I think for now one of the fully populated kits would be fine, as I'm sure there will be a v2 on these once word gets out and people have time to tweak/improve them further. I'm happy to etransfer you money in advance. Let me know final pricing, and delivery arrangements, etc. This looks like a new toy to play with over the Christmas holidays. :-)

    Cheers,
    Brawny

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