The "standard" Keyboardio Model 01 Firmware sketch.
The default firmware for the Keyboardio Model 01
Setup the Arduino IDE on your system. Make sure you install at least version 1.8.11, since older version may not support all required features.
Out of the box, Arduino does not include support for Kaleidoscope keyboards. To be able to build and install new firmware on your keyboard, you will need to teach Arduino about Kaleidoscope.
You can find instructions for setting up the Arduino IDE and adding support for Kaleidoscope on the Kaleidoscope wiki
Once that's done, you're ready to download the Model 01's firmware source code.
git clone https://github.com/keyboardio/Model01-Firmware.git
Before you begin, make sure your Model 01 is connected to your computer.
cd Model01-Firmware make flash
When the builder tells you to hit Enter to continue, hold down "Prog" in the top left corner of your keyboard and hit Enter.
Open the sketch you wish to flash (for example,
Make sure that you've picked the Model 01 from the Boards list in the tools menu.
Click the Upload button or press
Hold down the "Prog" key in the top left corner of your keyboard, until the compile finishes and the upload begins.
You can customize your keyboard's key layout and LED effects by modifying the
Model01-Firmware.inofile in the same directory as this README. Model01-Firmware.ino is a computer program written in 'Arduino C'. You can find documentation about Arduino C at https://arduino.cc.
You can also find Kaleidoscope-specific documentation on our wiki.
As you start to explore customization of your keyboard's firmware, the community at https://community.keyboard.io can often be a valuable resource.