Hi there fellow Aerosnauts!
We’re excited to release Aeros firmware version 4.1.2!
This version will be classified as beta for the next week or two. If no major bugs are reported, we will publish it as an official version over the wifi.
Aeros Firmware Version 4.1.2 Changelog
- Major expansion of MIDI capabilities (See this document for details)
- Improved synchronization system with BeatBuddy: The Aeros occasionally lost sync with the BeatBuddy’s count if it was stopped while the BeatBuddy continued playing, and then restarted. Aeros now continues to count incoming MIDI clock so it restarts at the begining of the measure and stays in sync.
What we’re working on next
- Fade out/in to and from stopped,
- Fade out/in to and from a muted state
- Reverse track playback
To try out this firmware, update with the SD card (note: the SD card must be between 4-32 GB in capacity): Download this file , rename the downloaded file (currently named aeros-4.1.2.bin) to aeros.bin and then place it on an SD card and into your Aeros before turning it on.
IMPORTANT: Turn off your Aeros BEFORE putting in the SD card. Putting in the SD card while Aeros is on and then immediately turning it off can corrupt the firmware file.
If you see any bugs, please report it to us so we can fix it! Please send logs to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a video and/or a description of the bug. To learn more about useful information you could give us to better help you, please read this post on bug reports.
To go back to the previous official firmware, use the same SD card update method to install the last official version 4.0.2