Iceland PCB is the new Bluetooth PCB compatible with all Ikki68 Auroras to date. It supports customization through VIA but it's not compatible with QMK. It supports all the splits of the BODO PCB except for split spacebar.
It comes with the firmware already flashed so you do not need to flash it again.
Iceland PCB cannot be flashed via QMK Toolbox or any other method to flash a QMK firmware. Iceland PCB uses Wuque Studio's own software (linked below) to flash a new firmware.
Do not attempt to flash the firmware with QMK Toolbox as you may permanently damage the PCB
Iceland PCB VIA JSON file - Download link
Iceland PCB firmware flashing software - Download link
Iceland PCB firmware - Download link
Iceland PCB Hotkeys & BT instructions - Download link
There are two firmware files in the folder linked above. One for low power mode and the other for RGB lights. Flash only one.
The Iceland PCB already comes with the firmware flashed so you do not need to do it again. However if you still choose to or you were instructed to do so by a Wuque Studio support member, please follow the instructions below to flash the firmware agian
Download the .rar file from the folder linked above. Extract it to a folder in your PC. Please keep in mind it's only compatible with Windows at the moment.
For the first flash you need to install DFU drivers. Run
\DFU_DriverInstall\DFU_DriverInstall.exe with administrator privilege.
SM32 Bootloader DFU is selected, click on
Install driver and wait until the drivers are installed.
You must perform this step before proceeding further otherwise the flashing software may not recognize the PCB.
WuqueDFUupgradeProgrammer.exe under administrator privilege from the root directory.
Your keyboard may be in DFU mode as soon as you open the software as such you may not have any keyboard input
You may need to set the language to English first.
Automatically switch to DFU mode (A) is selected then your keyboard will have been in a ready to flash state, you don't need to do anything until the next step.
If it's not selected, click the
Switch to DFU mode button to enter DFU mode. You will loose any keyboard input.
Please keep in mind if
Automatically switch to DFU modeis selected your keyboard will automatically enter DFU mode again after a successful flash. When in DFU mode you will not have any keyboard input. Please close the software and/or unplug and replug the keyboard to get back to normal operation.
Load the firmware by clicking on the
Select button (B) seen in the image above.
Manually Download button (C) to flash the firmware.
DO NOT DISCONNECT the keyboard or shut off the PC while the firmware is flashing, otherwise you risk permanently damaging the PCB.
That should be it!
Upon a successful flash you should see a confirmation in the log box
Simply close the program and/or unplug and replug the keyboard to exit out of DFU mode and you are good to go.