Flipper Zero

Out of the box

Once you've received your Flipper Zero, you will need to set it up.

SD Card

You will need an SD card in order to play with your flipper zero, it is pretty much useless without it. You can not buy any SD card, you will need a specific one, see here the requirements. You can also check the same link to format the SD Card through the flipper. It is pretty straightforward. They mention in the documentation that it is not necessary to buy one that is more than 32 GB even though it will still work with more. Here is the one I got from Amazon Canada.

Update firmware

Once the SD card is inserted and formatted, you will be able to update the firmware. Here is how to do this:

  1. Get the app on your computer from this link

  2. Install it

  3. Plug your flipper to your computer and update the firmware, really straightforward as well.

For more information, you have the full chapter about the firmware update in the documentation here.

Infrared

Clone a remote

Once again something really simple you can clone a remote. Here is how to do it:

  1. In the menu go to Infrared

  2. Click on learn new remote

  3. Point the remote at the IR port and push the button you wish to clone (every button will be saved separately)

Now you can use your flipper as a remote. Pretty cool.

Flash the Xtreme firmware

  • Thanks to Shuriken Hacks you can see how to do this in his video :)

  • Check out the ios attacks you can try with it here

WiFi Dev board

If you have the WiFi dev board, you can use it like you would use a pineapple wifi.

Marauder

Steam Labs has an amazing video about this:

Here are the steps (some from the video some you have to do prior):

  1. (Prior watching the video) Flash your flipper with a firmware that has the marauder attack, Steam labs uses the Rogue Master firmware, I use the Xtreme firware (you can see above how to flash it)

  2. Flash the firmware on the devboard. Steam labs uses this one by UberGuidoZ

Evil portal

Music Player

  • You have a music player in the flipper zero.

Make your own music

Convert Solfege notation to Letter notation

  • To convert notes to letter notation. If you are like me and never remember how to convert solfege notation to letter, here is a matrice

Solfege notationLetter notation

DO

C

RE

D

MI

E

FA

F

SOL

G

LA

A

SI

B

Where is flat?

  • If you want a flat (bemol) you will need to use you musician skills. I could not find a way to make a bemol except by using its sharp equivalent so for example if you want mib you will need to use re#.

  • Here are a few possibilities for this scenario

    • reb is do# = C#

    • mib is re# = D#

    • solb is fa# = F#

    • lab is sol# = G#

    • sib is la# = A#

    • fab is mi = E

    • dob is si = B

Tempo

  • To calculate the tempo we use a metronome one click of a metronome is a beat.

ItalianEnglishBPM

Largo

Large

40 - 60

Lento

Slow

52 - 68

Adagio

Adagio

60 - 80

Andante

Andante

76 - 100

Moderato

Moderate

88 - 112

Allegretto

Allegretto

100 - 128

Allegro

Allegro

112 - 160

Vivace

Lively

120 - 140

Presto

Fast

140 - 200

Prestissimo

Very fast

140 - 200

  • Depending on the piece the tempo will be different. You will have to calculate according to this. These images from flowkey can help us. We can assume (even though it is not always true) that for example if it says on a music sheet allegro moderato 120 the quarter note will be 120 bpm and we will calculate the other according to this.

My music files

  • Here is a link to the folder where I will put the music files I will make using this methodology.

Resources for music with flipper Zero

Using a Flipper Zero to access API source code on IoT devices

  • See Dana Epp's blog article here for a detailed explaination on how to do this

Customization & 3D prints

Dev Board Case

Desktop Stand

GPIO Cover

Resources

Tutorials, Cheatsheet & Resources

Github projects

Attacks

People, companies or org to follow

Firmwares

Games

Blue Team Flipper tools

Tools

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