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You can reflash it yourself, but it’s tricky.
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To download it officially, it looks like you have to buy csr development kit. As you launch PSTool, connection dialog pops up. Change the value “bfff” to “” in the piece ” a bfff”.
This disables ONLY startup sound. PSTool will show an error, because the speaker powers down. If steps don’t bring your speaker back alive, try: Then try to switch it on. Charge it, power it on.
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If nothing helped – congrats, it’s probably bricked. I have played with this key quite a lot, and never managed to brick the speaker.
However, I’m not sure it’s completely fool-proof. You may want to dump all settings to a file, to be able to revert any changes you made.
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However, it won’t help if the speaker is bricked, because then PSTool won’t connect to it anymore. To unbrick the speaker, you’ll need to use SPI programmer and you need to have firmware to flash.
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How to disable startup sound. Luckily, it has leaked.
May work on Wine, but I don’t know. Down for 13 seconds or so. You should see a 474 list of keys you can modify. Modify “User configuration data 30”.
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It should have a value like this: Power up your speaker. There should be no startup sound anymore. Sign up Already a member?