Hardware switch doesn't mean there has to be a physical switch on the device.
A hardware switch can also be a software controlled switch (as we have on the Pyra for the modem) which cuts the power to a component.
The idea is to make sure that stuff with closed firmwares (Wifi, Modems, etc.)...
Yep, thats one of the things on the first page:
If the bootloader is broken, nothing happens (same on the Pandora).
The bootloader also includes stuff like which LEDs are connected where, so they can't light up if that one isn't loaded.
And as the left SD Card slot has the highest boot...
I had a fantastic dinner with azouls yesterday.... does that count as news? :D
On a more serious note: I'm trying to update you within the next few days, maybe next week as latest.
My employee is ill for 6 weeks, so I'm even more stuffed with work than usual (and it's end-of-the-year-tax-time...
I used all the working prototype PCBs I had for the prototypes I've shipped, so I don't have any left for myself.
I only have the new ones ready but haven't tested any of them yet.
I only need it for physical testing, yes.
I don't think I'll take full sets with me as not all parts are used...
Yeah, it's a bit chaotic here at the airport. Half of the flights have been cancelled, a lot of the incoming flights have been diverted and my own one has been delayed by two hours... so I'll arrive in Greece around 1am :)