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   - Once you have access to the port, you can upload the newest version of Line Wobbler using the Teensy Loader program, found on the Teensy website here: https://​www.pjrc.com/​teensy/​loader.html (I have only tried the windows version myself.) \\ Download it and run it. No installation should be necessary.   - Once you have access to the port, you can upload the newest version of Line Wobbler using the Teensy Loader program, found on the Teensy website here: https://​www.pjrc.com/​teensy/​loader.html (I have only tried the windows version myself.) \\ Download it and run it. No installation should be necessary.
-  - Download the Line Wobbler Hex file: http://​linewobbler.com/​firmware/​LineWobbler-2017-05-01.hex+  - Download the Line Wobbler Hex file: http://​linewobbler.com/​firmware/​LineWobbler-2018-08-28.hex
   - Depending on the version of Line Wobbler you will likely need to connect the external power supply to the Line Wobbler box and switch Line Wobbler on. Connect a micro usb cable to the teensy and to your computer. You should hear the '​device connected'​ sound on your computer. If not, you might need to install additional usb drivers (by downloading & installing the full [[https://​www.pjrc.com/​teensy/​teensyduino.html|teensyduino]] package).   - Depending on the version of Line Wobbler you will likely need to connect the external power supply to the Line Wobbler box and switch Line Wobbler on. Connect a micro usb cable to the teensy and to your computer. You should hear the '​device connected'​ sound on your computer. If not, you might need to install additional usb drivers (by downloading & installing the full [[https://​www.pjrc.com/​teensy/​teensyduino.html|teensyduino]] package).
   - Once you've successfully connected the Teensy, load the Hex file into the Teensy program and press upload. If that worked, you're done! The game should immediately restart with the new code.   - Once you've successfully connected the Teensy, load the Hex file into the Teensy program and press upload. If that worked, you're done! The game should immediately restart with the new code.
  
 If the uploading failed in the last step, you can try several things: reconnecting the usb cable, switching the arduino off-and-on, and just retrying. There is a button on top of the Teensy that manually sets it into bootloader mode for uploading new files. If you've already opened the box, feel free to press it. It's on the far end of the usb port, and might be a bit tricky to reach (you can see it on this schematic: https://​www.pjrc.com/​teensy/​teensy31.html) If the uploading failed in the last step, you can try several things: reconnecting the usb cable, switching the arduino off-and-on, and just retrying. There is a button on top of the Teensy that manually sets it into bootloader mode for uploading new files. If you've already opened the box, feel free to press it. It's on the far end of the usb port, and might be a bit tricky to reach (you can see it on this schematic: https://​www.pjrc.com/​teensy/​teensy31.html)

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