Singxer/XMOS-audioclass2-driver now at V4.67 -/ firmware-repair on „bricked“ XMOS-devices

so , 😉

many, many thx to our great user „Grigory“  😉 we have now new Singxer/Skysong/XMOS-device-driver at V4.67 ; they are from here ->https://download.shenzhenaudio.com/Singxer/Singxer_USB_Audio_Class2-Driver_v4.67.0.rar

(they are also in the forum ->http://essabre-90xx-rpi.sfb2.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=431 + here -> http://essabre-90xx-rpi.sfb2.com/driver/Singxer_USB_Audio_Class2-Driver_v4.67.0.rar

but most important and what is absolutely more thrilling is that „we/Grigoryun-bricked a xmos-usb-device/Skysong-bridge !!! 😉

Grigory“ posted the steps + (software-) tools in the comment-section of this post -> http://essabre-90xx-rpi.sfb2.com/?p=448#comment-2106

i think the key-point is these github-repository from which u can download/use the python-dfu uploader/downloader which u can also use with other XMOS-devices than Singxer/Skysong; u only have to change the usb-pid-number to the exact pid of your bridge (more in the comments by „Grigory“ (and me))..

->https://github.com/respeaker/mic_array_dfu.git  (+https://github.com/respeaker/usb_4_mic_array

(a little excerpt->rest see comments->

git clone https://github.com/respeaker/mic_array_dfu.git
cd mic_array_dfu/src

edit xmosdfu.c file and replace string
#define XMOS_XCORE_AUDIO_AUDIO2_PID 0x3066
to
#define XMOS_XCORE_AUDIO_AUDIO2_PID 0x3086 (for Skysong))

(the Skysong/Singxer firmware (V2.20) („extract“ from my bridge here)->http://essabre-90xx-rpi.sfb2.com/driver/firmware-skysong.rar

UPDATE:Grigory“ made a fine tutorial on github about to flash some winbond-chip with a programmer + full „firmware“-packet ->

https://github.com/h0tc0d3/SkySongFirmware

so, i´m very happy with the whole „procedure“ because this was also a point essabre-90xx-rpi.sfb2.com was originally made for !! (to help other user/people with similar problems !!)

by that, „Grigory“ !! was so nice, and spent a little amount via paypal (u can also do it via the „donation“-button at the right bottom/widgets) to help this blog to stay alive.. 😉

but many greets, stay tuned and take care !! 😉

SFB2