MMDVM HS Hat hotspot Firmware Installation

MMDVM HS Hat hotspot - Firmware Installation

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This utility includes firmwares binaries and USB drivers for Windows 7/8/10. If you have problems with the installer, you can download for a manual installation.

For specific details about the firmware installation, check these instructions. The process is similar to the installation on the ZumSpot Pi.
Enable the following settings in Config.h:
#define MMDVM_HS_HAT_REV12
#define ENABLE_ADF7021
#define ADF7021_14_7456
#define STM32_USART1_HOST
Build the firmware:
And finally upload the firmware to the MMDVM_HS_Hat:
sudo make mmdvm_hs_hat

Build from the sources
You could check at MMDVM_HS/configs for common Config.h examples, using different ZUMspot boards.
Please visit Mathis Schmieder GitHub here for detailed instructions.
ZUMspot Libre Kit (under Linux Raspbian)
If you are using Pi-Star, expand filesystem (if you haven't done before):
sudo pistar-expand
sudo reboot
Enable RW filesystem if you are using Pi-Star:
Install the necessary software tools:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-none-eabi gdb-arm-none-eabi libstdc++-arm-none-eabi-newlib libnewlib-arm-none-eabi
Download the sources:
cd ~
git clone
git clone
Build the firmware with USB bootloader support (the default Config.h is OK for Libre Kit):
make bl
If you are using Pi-Star, stop services:
sudo pistar-watchdog.service stop
sudo systemctl stop mmdvmhost.timer
sudo systemctl stop mmdvmhost.service
Upload the firmware to ZUMspot Libre Kit using the USB port (your Libre Kit has the bootloader already installed):
sudo make dfu devser=/dev/ttyACM0