To check the serial number and firmware version: Self-Test is no substitute for field testing: you must still perform regular trailhead tests.
Self-Test includes a limited set of diagnostics which does not include all electronic functions.
Depending on your internet provider, this can take up to eight minutes.
When the necessary drivers are installed, Windows will prompt you that your device is ready to use.
The Tracker3 utility requires the following: The first step is to connect your Tracker3 to the USB port using the Mini-B USB cable.
Your computer will recognize the connected device and download the needed drivers.
If you wish to revert your microcontroller to its default settings, make sure that "Default Code: ON" is properly selected.
VEXnet Firmware 4.23 (for Cortex Microcontroller and VEXnet Joystick) requires VEXnet Key 2.0 firmware 1.46 Unlike the first generation VEXnet USB Key, the VEXnet Key 2.0 supports its own internal firmware updates to ensure continued system improvements.
VEXnet devices contain internal processors and run on special software called Firmware (or Master Code).
Firmware is updated periodically to provide additional functionality or fix bugs.
Use this utility to upgrade the firmware on a VEXnet Key 2.0.