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A comprehensive guide on how to take advantage of powerful QMK features through VIA is outside the scope of Aurora documentation.
We strongly recommend you to watch this tutorial by Austin V if you want to learn how to use VIA.
Please see the Troubleshooting Guide if VIA does not detect your QMK PCB.
Aurora QMK PCBs can support multiple layouts. If you are using a layout other than the standard one, you need to enable support for it from the Layouts tab.
Make sure you have Test Matrix checked.
Refer to the following video by StrangetownFunk to learn how to test a PCB with metal tweezers. You can use VIA Key Tester mentioned above instead of the website in the video.
Download QMK Toolbox. Download the latest stable release, not beta. You can choose an installer or a portable installation, doesn't matter.
Download the appropiate QMK firmware for your PCB from the Firmware and Files page. The default PCB that comes with every Aurora is Fairbanks.
Open QMK Toolbox. If it asks you to install drivers, let it do so.
Load the QMK firmware you downloaded in (2) and leave everything else unchanged.
Once the keyboard is in bootloader mode you will see this yellow line:
If you find stabilizers fitting a little tight on the board, use a screw driver from the other side of the PCB to guide the stabilizer end to the hole.