Step 7: Compiling new phrases
Extract the firmware zip file into c:\reader (or elsewhere)
Open up mrb.c in wordpad and scroll down till you start seeing:
const char StringYou'll see stuff written in plain English. Now change any number of these phrases to whatever you want, and save!
Attach your IC programmer (I'll use the MiniPOV as an example) with the microreader chip. Go Start/Run and time "cmd" and a terminal will open. If you've never used this before, we aren't going to be doing anything spectacular here. "cd" navigates to a directory. And that's pretty much all you'll need to know.
cd c:\readerNow you'll need to type three commands (one after the other) that prepare files for uploading into the chip.
make cleanmake allmake installIf you don't see any ugly ERROR messages, then it looks like your chip has the updated firmware. Pop it back into the microreader and enjoy!