Right now it’s limited to the TYT handhelds, and I think most people that have used it use it mostly for flashing firmware updates to switch between OpenRTX and the OEM firmwares.
There’s a lot more that could be done.
(These links below are the same as linked above for ‘feedback’ and ‘github source’.)
I made a quick 6-question survey https://forms.gle/5Paw6M6Mn1iEUcYh6 and I’d be grateful if you’d fill it out! (alternatively email me directly at feedback [at] tarxvf dot tech )
And if you like it, the (AGPLv3) source is over at https://github.com/tarxvftech/programradios, please star the repo! Stars will help me articulate traction so I can sign up on opencollective to try to get funding - I need 100 stars to be accepted. 😁
I’d like to make it massively more capable - I have a backlog of dreams a mile long - and priorities include work with OpenRTX to develop some standardized codeplug tools and formats, support all the OpenRTX flash targets possible, find a way to pull in or convert Chirp drivers, and package it into a desktop app or otherwise find a way to support all the non-WebUSB platforms - like a USB-over-websockets shim you could run on your pim17 hotspot or a local backend to which the UI provides instructions (which would prevent the latency, bandwidth, and Lovecraftian horror issues USB over websockets might imply).