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As a last resort, you could try changing the parity settings in both firmware and MegaTunix/Cutecom/whatever else.

sudo vi /usr/local/share/MegaTunix/Interrogator/Profiles/FreeEMS/details.cfg

o = odd (default)
e = even
n = none

and in the firmware

src/init.c

search for ODD and you'll find the docs on what to use instead of the default. The line to change is just below the docs.

Tested in

MTX = ee1c8be46497f2668b4c67121ca315bd5a153fa5
FreeEMS = 7f8d64c65141ad7be5a9ef3a3faf0adcdda820fa

Note, this is a high hassle way of solving your problems, and it will only lead to confusion if you change one and not the other or mess up the changes at all, however it is an option. So is reducing the data rate in each, this can be done in the same files mentioned above.

Fred.

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If you're a MissingTeeth user you may wish to read this thread:

viewtopic.php?f=54&t=1522

Fred.

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