Sorry to ask but although I have been owning and using 2 OSTCs for approx 2 years I am quite new to the forum and to this whole open source process of software development/upgrade: do you work for HW or are you a independent user/developer?
You seem to know a lot...
thank you for your questions. My state is "independent user/developer". I bought an OSTC cR about 2 years ago to hook it to my Inspi CCR. When i found out that the whole firmware is laid open, i started to get myself into the code, first for understanding what the OSTC is doing and then made up ideas on what could be done even better or more. With a little help from Matthias i was able to set up the compile chain on my computer and since then i do firmware development, first hand to have the coolest tech dive computer for my own use, but i also hand over all my updates to Matthias. Over the course of the time i turned over almost every line of the code, that's why i'm quite familiar with how the OSTC operates. By reading, understanding and improving the code i learned a lot on how to calculate deco schedules, but also - in mutual benefit - fed in my tech diving experiance, especially in the field of CCR functions. Doing so, over the course of the time it happens to get to know some internal details bejond the software layer, but there's actually not much needed to know about to do OSTC programming. I dive with my own code and do a lot of testing on it, but i don't give my code directly to others. Instead it goes to Matthias at HW, where it is independently tested, then put out as beta here in the Forum and finally finds its way to official release. In the moment, my personal OSTC is about 1/2 year of development ahead of the 3.01 :-)
After update to hwOS Tech 3.01 my OSTC2 shows battery Level 131% ; Voltage 4.0v.
I have a version with inductive recharge of the battery.
Direct after the update everything looked good. Battery level was around 80% if I remember right.
Now, two weeks later (without charging) it shows 131%.
> After update to hwOS Tech 3.01 my OSTC2 shows
> battery Level 131% ; Voltage 4.0v.
> I have a version with inductive recharge of the
> Direct after the update everything looked good.
> Battery level was around 80% if I remember right.
> Now, two weeks later (without charging) it shows
Battery is not set to it's correct value "T2" (Most likely T0). Reset this from the Reset Menu -> Reset Battery.