Trackpad firmware update
#31
Yeah! Successfully updated! Make sure to change back to the updater directory after the first reboot or it won't find the updater.

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#32
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The new firmware improved the keyboard scanning greatly! I can now type at full speed without losing any keys. 
The trackpad is also much nicer to use. Thanks guys, much appreciated!
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#33
Thank you guys for the update, it worked very well, I did change a keyboard setting too which by default was causing me some pain:

Keyboard Preferences -> Accessibility -> [disable] Ignore fast duplicate keypresses

I could not hit the backspace many times fast, now with the update and this setting it all feels very snappy Smile
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#34
From what I can tell, the system thinks it's a new keyboard and trakckpad after update - so whatever settings were present prior to flashing get lost.
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#35
The update went through without any issues for me.
Trackpad certainly feels better now, and no longer blocks key inputs.
However, the keyboard still doesn't send arrow keycodes when the Super/Pine key is being held down.
Hope it's on the list for the next update.
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#36
Smile 
Worked fine on first try.  Thanks for the hint on doing a
  
cd pinebook-pro-keyboard-updater  

after the first reboot.   Smile
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#37
The update also worked for me on the first try.
I also noticed you had to do a cd after the first reboot.

The keyboard still worked for me after the first reboot, but the trackpad didn't.
Good thing I connected both an external keyboard and mouse.

The trackpad is so much better now.
Thanks for the hard work!
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#38
step-2 fails, so now I have a non working trackpad.

>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
>>> Writing offset:21504 length:1024...
>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
>>> Writing offset:22528 length:1024...
>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
>>> Writing offset:23552 length:1024...
>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
Verifying 'end-program'...
Verifying 'checksum'...
Verifying 'program'...
Finished succesfully!
>>> release interface
Flashing keyboard firmware...
>>> Fix hex file
Opening in user mode...
>>> Trying to open VID:258a PID:001e...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:258a PID:001f...
Sending command to switch to boot mode...
Command send
>>> release interface
Opening in boot mode
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Failed to open in boot mode
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#39
(11-23-2019, 03:44 PM)Jeb5Blovrueb Wrote: step-2 fails, so now I have a non working trackpad.

>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
>>> Writing offset:21504 length:1024...
>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
>>> Writing offset:22528 length:1024...
>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
>>> Writing offset:23552 length:1024...
>>> Verifying '1k-data'...
Verifying 'end-program'...
Verifying 'checksum'...
Verifying 'program'...
Finished succesfully!
>>> release interface
Flashing keyboard firmware...
>>> Fix hex file
Opening in user mode...
>>> Trying to open VID:258a PID:001e...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:258a PID:001f...
Sending command to switch to boot mode...
Command send
>>> release interface
Opening in boot mode
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Failed to open in boot mode

Read detailed instructions. Start over with step 1.
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#40
(11-23-2019, 06:28 PM)Luke Wrote: Read detailed instructions. Start over with step 1.

Doesn't work:
Code:
Running STEP-1...
[*] Flashing keyboard updater firmware...
>>> Fix hex file
[*] Opening in user mode...
>>> Trying to open VID:258a PID:001e...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:258a PID:001f...
>>> Kernel Driver Active
[*] Sending command to switch to boot mode...
[*] Command send
>>> release interface
[*] Opening in boot mode
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Trying to open VID:0603 PID:1020...
>>> Device not found
>>> Failed to open in boot mode
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