Installing or unbricking a custom TADA68 bootloader using a Raspberry Pi

 

Disclaimer: I made this guide using information I found on the internet. It worked for me, but I can not and will not guarantee that this will work for you. Other keyboards with an ATmega32U4 will probably work as well as long as you wire it correctly.

So, you’re getting tired of that unstable mass storage bootloader on your TADA68? Yeah, me too, so let’s just get rid of it.

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