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It's here...the FEZ Reaper has arrived!

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Reply #40 — Posted 3yr ago
by toxsedyshev | Senior | 1,016 exp
Reply #40 — Posted 3yr ago
by toxsedyshev | Senior | 1,016 exp
Hi! Ragarding support of Cerberus firmware. I'm about to start production of devices that are based on Cerberus. How long will it be supported? For example, should I expect bugfixes or even netmf 4.4 for Cerb?
Reply #41 — Posted 3yr ago
by Mike | Superhuman | 82,265 exp
Reply #41 — Posted 3yr ago
by Mike | Superhuman | 82,265 exp
@toxsedyshev - find Cerberus device in catalog and chech its status
Reply #42 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #42 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
@toxsedyshev - please see the full announcement at the very first page of this thread.
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Reply #43 — Posted 3yr ago
by toxsedyshev | Senior | 1,016 exp
Reply #43 — Posted 3yr ago
by toxsedyshev | Senior | 1,016 exp
@Gus - I read it. There is a new line of devices and all Cerberus devices became legacy. It's about hardware, as I understand. But what about firmware?
Reply #44 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #44 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Current 4.3 firmware should be solid. If you need to upgrade to 4.4 for some reason you can use the porting kit or switch G30/G80.

The G30/G80 are like all other SoMs, are made for commercial users with long longevity in mind.

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