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anniel Posted - 03/11/2016 : 19:33:00
ZLM, is there a way to check the status of a "New device/chip support request" fonction in the GQ-4X software?


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anniel Posted - 03/18/2016 : 04:00:05
Yes, like different ID or chip number from different manufacturer.
ZLM Posted - 03/17/2016 : 11:24:03
That is a good idea. But that only works when "new device" is compatible with existing adapter, pin out and algorithm.
anniel Posted - 03/16/2016 : 12:36:29
End users have no way to look at those? I suspect many users can add some chips easily. Maybe an "add a new device" button could also be added?
ZLM Posted - 03/16/2016 : 07:33:07
There is no 100% guarantee all requests are valid. However, those information will be collected and do a study periodically.

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