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The .fap files are the applications compiled and executable by flipper zero.

This site offers a library of precompiled applications according to version and firmware. Just download the right version, drag it into the flipper and have fun.

The site: https://flipc.org/

submitted 1 month ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]
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Not clear that this is done via Flipper, but I wonder. What does everyone think?

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/6241144

Detroit man steals 800 gallons using Bluetooth to hack gas pumps at station::undefined

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I have a ton of random USB cables from over the years, but I can never really remember what is what. Is this a 3.0 cable I bought a few years ago? Is this a 2.0 cable that came bundled to charge that Bluetooth speaker? Does this cable support video?

I am not sure if it would even be possible for the Flipper Zero, but I would like to have an app to determine the capabilities of a USB C cable. I imagine you would grab a questionable USB C cable out of your drawer, plug it into your Flipper Zero, run the app, and it would tell you stats about the cable. Things like the cable's max current, data transfer speed, or DP support.

There are commercial hardware devices available that read a USB C cable's E-Mark chip and display that info to the user. Example: AVHzY CT-3 USB Power Meter. Here is a video demo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPUbFteFL5Q&t=17. It would be great to have the Flipper do this instead of having a dedicated piece of hardware for the task.

submitted 4 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I was thinking about the Ocarina app, and how much it could be improved, when I though about another application which might not be able to be ported to Flipper Zero, at least not without some GPIO addition: LSDJ.

While I do like that there are so many RTTTL ringtones that were on RogueMaster's firmware from back in the Nokia days (Many of which need to be reorganized, renamed, and cleaned up by artist or genre), I think there is potential to port Little Sound DJ which has been used to do chiptunes in the style that could be done with the classic Gameboy. However, you don't need a Gameboy to use LSDJ. An emulator can be good enough.

At any rate, I'd though I'd bring it up. What do you guys think? Also, what other apps do you think should be ported to the Flipper Zero?

submitted 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I just switched from reddit to the fediverse because of the great mess that reddit did with their recent API changes and the fact that I just found the app Memmy which almost looks like the exceptional app Apollo.

As I did not found a place for my beloved Flipper Zero, I created this place here.

I hope that we can start the same great and helpful community as it was on reddit.

I will update the sidebar information with useful links, tips and more in the next couple of days.

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