I have compiled and installed Travis' experimental firmware (latest version from Git) and loaded it into my MD380 with no problem. The user database load (make flashdb) works fine too.
My problem is that I cannot
read or write a codeplug to the radio using the Tytera CPS software
version 1.32 once the new firmware is loaded. When I try to read or
write the codeplug I get the message "please check whether the USB is
occupied or not connected". I know that the USB connection is working
because I can use it to load the firmware and the database into the radio.
The only way that I can read the codeplug or write a new one to the
radio is to go to a system that does not have the libusb driver
installed. I need to reflash the firmware with the Tytera firmware
(currently using version 2.34) and then CPS will happily read/write the
codeplug. This is ugly.
What is everyone else doing to update their codeplugs after
installing the new firmware?
My environment is Windows 7.