The folder “System” contains some useful apps which come with the CFW.
This small app gives you the numbers of the current versions of the CFW and the libraries. It also provides you with the text of the required licences.
The CFW Bluetooth app lets you connect the TXT with the BT Control Set transmitter or a smartphone running the Bluetooth Control app.
With this app, you can rotate the display and calibrate the touchscreen, so that each touch signal is processed on the correct position of the display.
FT-GUI lets you access the original TXT GUI. This app needs to be running when RoboPro programs are started in the CFW system. Briefly pressing the ON/OFF button terminates the FT-GUI.
You can select your preferred language here. Some parts of the user interface have not been translated into the other languages. Please help the community and add missing translations.
Here you can enter network parameters such as IP-adress, netmask and gateway. As default, this is set to “automatic”. In most cases, this is the easiest way to connect your TXT the internet.
The store contains a number of interesting apps including tools for programming your TXT. The store needs internet access to connect to the server where the apps are hosted.
This app lets you select a WIFI and enter the key to access it.
Apps in Store
An app for the fischertechnik 3D-printer
The TXT can generate Mandelbrot images. This app is the prove for it.
The Brickly Master Control Program manages Brickly project files.
A graphic TXT development tool based on Google’s Blockly
A small app to show the CPU and RAM load
An I2C bus scanner
This app allows to test the inputs and output of the TXT directly on its touchscreen.
Due to incompatibilities between different sound systems, the audio output of this app is currently not working.
With this app, you can take images with the TXT camera and manage them.
Online search in ft:db.
An I/O-test and flash tool for the ftDuino
IDE for programming on the TXT touchscreen.