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thanks, I will see if I find it in a nearby online store
EDIT: here it is: , I'll update tomorrow  :P
« Last Edit: 18:24, 10 September 19 by XeNoMoRPH »
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Looking good! That should be a good buy, useful for a variety of things, not only LS3 firmware.
Here is a screenshot for settings:

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Hi again !! , i can't view model ATmega644AP ... i'm confused  :doh:

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You don't need the exact type, A or PA will do.

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Should I remove the Check ID box?  :o
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That should not be necessary, but sometimes it is.
Can you try with the other ATMega 644 you have?
One of them should have matching IDs...

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That should not be necessary, but sometimes it is.
Can you try with the other ATMega 644 you have?
One of them should have matching IDs...
firmware updated successfully !!! , thx fo @LambdaMikel , @GUNHED and @Bryce for support !!!
MP3 Player now it works perfect, i'm very happy  ;D ;D ;D
« Last Edit: 08:55, 13 September 19 by XeNoMoRPH »
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Congrats!

Now you can offer the firmware update service to other users in spain...  ;D ;)

PS Curious - was the TL866 expensive for you? Prices seem to vary from between 20 $ to 70 $....
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Congrats!

Now you can offer the firmware update service to other users in spain...  ;D ;)

PS Curious - was the TL866 expensive for you? Prices seem to vary from between 20 $ to 70 $....
53,99 € with amazon prime  :D
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Glad you made it XeNoMoRPH!!!
http://futureos.de --> Get the revolutionary FutureOS (Recent update: 2019.08.07)
http://futureos.cpc-live.com/files/LambdaSpeak_RSX_by_TFM.zip --> Get the RSX-ROM for LambdaSpeak :-) (Updated: 2019.08.14)

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LambdaSpeak 3 in the headlines - check it out  :)
"ComputerShoper December 2019" issue excerpt :

https://github.com/lambdamikel/LambdaSpeak3/blob/master/images/Computer_Shopper_-_December_2019-LS3.pdf

Seems they have an interest in the CPC!
You guys should try pointing them to your projects.
(I didn't do that, as I wasn't aware of this magazine or that they would even be intererested in retro stuff - they somehow picked it up themselves - in case any of you guys did, THANKS FOR THAT! )


« Last Edit: 21:07, 16 November 19 by LambdaMikel »

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I have decided to make the sources public / GPL 3:


https://github.com/lambdamikel/LambdaSpeak3/tree/master/src/atmega644-20pu
https://github.com/lambdamikel/LambdaSpeak/tree/master/src/atmega644-20pu

LambdaSpeak was developed using GCC toolchain / WinAVR. 

EDIT: I should add that LS3 hardware is quite capable... if you can figure out how it works and are able to patch it for your own projects, you'll have a quite capable hardware platform for all kinds of CPC extension projects.
« Last Edit: 18:02, 16 December 19 by LambdaMikel »