EZ-Builder Windows 2014.09.27.00

Download and install the latest EZ-Builder robot programming software to experience these updates.

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Changes:

- added create snapshot popup if model has been changed in 3d designer

- updated url of firmware help video for ez-b v3

- highlight last opened folder button when opening a project

- better error logging in ez cloud

- more details when no apps found in ez cloud

- better activity messages in ez cloud
#8  
Thank you Dave. I could have never anticipated that I would be embarking on yet another career this late in life. I've also had the blessing of becoming a published writer and photographer. I have fully embraced my new endeavors and I owe it all to my Lord. I think that including animation and special effects in my miniatures is a natural progression for me. I'll be sharing my work here when it is completed.
Lloyd
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#9  
where can download EZ-B bootloader can you help pls
thanks
#10  
You can download the latest version of EZ Builder in the software section of this forum.

If you're talking about wanting to start up EZ Builder when Windows first boots then there is a shortcut creator inside of EZ Builder. Look on the top menu bar.
#11  
@Dave That is not what he is talking about.

@Naj If you have a V3 board, firmware updates and an updater application are included in the EZ-Builder software downloads. If you have a V4 board, there have not been any firmware updates yet (the firmware for the V4 x/2 board included in the latest download is for Beta testers). See http://www.ez-robot.com/EZ-Builder/ for the latest (you are posting to a thread from over a year ago. There have been probably a dozen updates since then).

The firmware for the WiFi chip of the EZ-Builder V4 is available here: http://www.ez-robot.com/EZ-Builder/Open-IoT-Wifi

The EZ-B bootloader is not available to the public. It is proprietary intellectual property of EZ-Robot and is not an open source project.

Alan
#12  
Well, I gave it a shot. So by asking for the Bootloader he is asking for a firmware update? I've seen that term before but it's been a while. Is it still a used term or process?