It will be available in coming days. Due to complaints about licensing I will wait for some time to BenF or someone else possibly answer about their plans. Anyway, you will have the latest version on your newest nano toys. In the meantime, I’ll test cured fw and fix possibly bugs because I worked a lot on binary files. For now, all looks good.
You patched binary file. Now that’s some serious skill
I’ll gladly donate for both, firmware and patch, if I get a chance.
As for licensing, I don’t believe BenF would speak here, he haven’t respond to anyone for some time now.
But I can paste first two paragraphs He wrote in the instruction manual to his firmware, that would clear situation a bit:
I didn’t know that you already tried to contact BenF.
If BenF or someone else provide to me source of last version, I will implement changes and public it with source (or as he wants). Of course, this can be done by someone else. I would like to extend wonderful Benf’s work (he or someone else).
Until then, we must be satisfied with patched version 3.64 APP and 3.53 LIB. I hope without bugs
Here are two files:
old patch - first version of patched firmware
new patch - version with fixed bugs detected in first(old) patch
3.64 is leaps and bounds better than what we’ve ever had before. It looks like everything is working great. The only bug I’ve found so far is that the unit will freeze if I attempt to adjust the grid intensity (OT >> Grid Int.), but that’s probably the lowest priority bug that could ever exist. The triggering, auto-fit, buffer priority, sample speed, and zooming/scrolling on captured waveforms, and all the other features are working beautifully!
Do you have 3.64 Bfen APP and LIB 3.53 source code?Can share?My NANO V3 is 2 m Flash, ILI9341 version. The version 3.11 of Bfen can run on it, although there are some small problems. ILI9341_Flash_2M.rar (35.9 KB)
After some stress-testing I found patched 3.64 almost fully functional!
As ricoreyes mentioned, grid intensity can’t be changed, which really doesn’t matter. Also I confirm what santus1983 noticed, buffer can’t be written to SD card. Actually I never managed to write SD with any firmware so it could be a problem with my card. Maybe it doesn’t support SPI or something like that. Anyway directory is created together with .xml file so I believe it’s memory card compatibility issue. There were a lot of this with DSO nano. I’m happy that at least I can write config, it’s useful to setup few profiles as peak hunting, TTL etc.
Thanks for binary patching in the new display driver, it works fine except for the saving of screen dumps etc as described. And the BenF software makes such a difference to the functionality of the scope, further the manual is good (can’t say the original one is very usful).
The process starts alright ie the software is creating the correct file but it breaks when the screen shall be saved to this file. This is not to wonder as the screendump is no longer the one that FredF wrote the export routines for, the display hardware and therefore driver is different. So the SD card routines are most likely OK, what needs to be changed/patched is the screendump stuff reflecting the new driver, then the closing of the file should be successful as well, now the whole thing stops by derailing the processor at the write process.