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 ''​restart all''​ - performs a full reboot on the unit including the main board and the internal actuators. ''​restart all''​ - performs a full reboot on the unit including the main board and the internal actuators.
  
-''​commbridge [bitmask]''​ - Bridges two interfaces directly. Add two values, to compose the bitmask that selects the interfaces to bridge.+''​commbridge [bitmask]''​ - Bridges two interfaces directly ​and disables all firmware functions (board will act as a direct interface converter/​bridge). Add two values, to compose the bitmask that selects the interfaces to bridge.\\
 Bitmask: 1=USB, 2=Int Bus, 4=Ext Bus, 8=BT, 16=USB w/DTR Reset.\\ Bitmask: 1=USB, 2=Int Bus, 4=Ext Bus, 8=BT, 16=USB w/DTR Reset.\\
-IMPORTANT: When bridging USB to another interface, the Baud at which you open the USB Virtual COMM port will be replicated to paired port (Int interface/​Ext interface/​Bluetooth).\\ +IMPORTANT: When bridging USB to another interface, the Baud at which you open the USB Virtual COMM port will be replicated to paired port (Int interface/​Ext interface/​Bluetooth). However, peripherals on those interfaces have preset bauds and may not respond if the wrong baud is used to open the USB Virtual COMM port.\\
-However, peripherals on those interfaces have preset bauds and may not respond if the wrong baud is used to open the USB Virtual COMM port.\\+
 If the USB interface is not one of the paired ports, then the default configured baud rates will be used for each of the bridged interfaces. If the USB interface is not one of the paired ports, then the default configured baud rates will be used for each of the bridged interfaces.
  

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