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Android-DFU-Library - A library with DFU feature for Android 4.3+.

  •    Java

The nRF5x Series chips are flash-based SoCs, and as such they represent the most flexible solution available. A key feature of the nRF5x Series and their associated software architecture and S-Series SoftDevices is the possibility for Over-The-Air Device Firmware Upgrade (OTA-DFU). See Figure 1. OTA-DFU allows firmware upgrades to be issued and downloaded to products in the field via the cloud and so enables OEMs to fix bugs and introduce new features to products that are already out on the market. This brings added security and flexibility to product development when using the nRF5x Series SoCs. This repository contains a tested library for Android 4.3+ platform which may be used to perform Device Firmware Update on the nRF5x device using a phone or a tablet.

web-bluetooth-dfu - Device firmware update with Web Bluetooth

  •    TypeScript

Update device firmware via Nordic's DFU protocols using Web Bluetooth. Earlier protocols were insecure, so it is recommended to use the secure protocol version in this package.

dapboot - DFU Bootloader for STM32 chips

  •    C

The dapboot project is an open-source USB Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU) bootloader for STM32 devices. Currently, the only targets officially supported are the STM32F103x series.

webdfu - WebUSB Device Firmware Upgrade example

  •    Javascript

This is a proof-of-concept demo of host USB DFU drivers in Javascript utilizing the WebUSB draft standard to implement USB firmware updates from the browser. WebUSB is currently only supported by Chromium / Google Chrome.




qmk_flasher - flashing utility for the Atmel AVR USB family

  •    Javascript

The remainder of this repo is being left as-is for posterity. This app uses Node.js. To get started you will need to download and install an appropriate version.

edge-node-manager - Resin uC edge-node-manager written in Go

  •    Go

resin.io dependent device edge-node-manager written in Go. More info about environment variables can be found in the documentation. If you don't set environment variables the default will be used.

edge-node-manager - Resin uC edge-node-manager written in Go

  •    Go

resin.io dependent device edge-node-manager written in Go. More info about environment variables can be found in the documentation. If you don't set environment variables the default will be used.


IOS-Pods-DFU-Library - OTA DFU Library for Mac and iOS, compatible with nRF5x SoCs

  •    Swift

Carthage will build the iOSDFULibrary.framework and Zip.framework files in Carthage/Build/, you may now copy all those files to your project and use the library, additionally, carthade also builds *.dsym files if you need to resymbolicate crash logs. you may want to keep those files bundled with your builds for future use.