I would like to know if there are command line parameters available for QFlash, so an automation of the flash procedure would be possible. In my opinion it is quite annoing over the gui, so it would be nice if there would be a way like qflash.exe com3 115200 mycfgfile.cfg
Thank you, I looked through my flash directories and found a UEUpdater.exe in a folder called UEUpdaterCLI.
Sadly I can’t find a PDF with the usage explained there or with google. Is there a possibility you could provide it to me?
Hi… this new GB Flash Bios update Application requires no user input whatsoever - so don’t remove the floppy disk after boot until the Flash has completed. It’s not as though you would be just stopping a Flash Bios update Application from loading, ie before loading up the bios image manually.
Gigabyte should have warned users about this, as for years I’ve always been used to seeing the loaded up Flash bios update Application waiting for me to select a bios image and initiate the flash process manually.
My thought was to use it as command line tool for a full fw update for a standard fw release from quectel like when i use QFlash tool - but this tool seems not very easy to do firmware automation durring manufacturing.
The reason we need to update during manufacturing is because the module we got has an old fw which do not support MQTT - so i am affraid we have to update all module - can take a few minutes.
There seems also to be a cmdline tool called FlashToolCLI1.exe - but i am not sure this is for M95 - it can not parse .cfg file correct.