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Users & Beta-testers

Compositor neurological chipset is a set of two programs that helps in machine learning on Apple M1, M2 platforms. Each of the patches performs the function of supporting device training, so that the final result of the training meets your expectations. The RTC4k patch allows you to ensure reliable synchronization with Apple NTP servers, which allows you to improve communication with iCloud and other Apple services in real time. The RAD256 patch is a fully virtual router with 24 L1-L4 channels that allows you to improve your device’s communication with VPN networks, as well as allows you to use servers from the Compositor Software database to maintain a stable Internet connection. Together, the two patches are a BCI modem with a transfer function that allows you to fully ensure human-machine interaction.

Users guide to BCI-modem

Look for Application on-line status, if you see the JUCE logo, it means application was unloaded on a side of backend. The longer application stays online the more robust your life with BCI-modem can be. It is crucial to reload an application each time you perform a serious task. This way application connects to external Compositor Network server and can support your communication routines.

To use Android apps you need Android OS 4.4.2 – 13. iOS or iPadOS apps: iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 or later. App Clips require iOS 14 or iPadOS 14, or later. macOS apps: Mac running macOS 12 or later.

  • Install TestFlight (APP, 5,6MB)
  • RTC4k iOS, macOS Beta-test (APP, 3,6MB)
  • RAD256: Non-emission Radius server iOS, macOS Beta-test (APP, 3,6MB)
  • RAD512: Non-emission Radius server, 512 Buses, iOS, macOS Beta-test (APP, 3,6MB)
  • RTZ524288: 524288 Bus, channel ending Demux, iOS, macOS Beta-test (APP, 3,6MB)
  • AVOX: Hi-End system profiles for VoIP, iOS (APP, 2MB)

For Beta-testers

To test beta versions of apps and App Clips using TestFlight, you’ll need to accept an email or public link invitation from the developer and have a device that you can use to test. You’ll be able to access the builds that the developer makes available to you.
If you’re a member of the developer’s team, the developer can give you access to all builds or certain builds.
To get started, install TestFlight on the device you’ll use for testing. Then, accept your email invitation or follow the public link invitation to install the beta app. You can install the beta app on up to 30 devices.

  • Install TestFlight on the iOS, iPadOS or macOS device that you’ll use for testing.
  • Open your email invitation or tap the public link on your device.
  • When installing via email invitation, tap “View in TestFlight” or “Start testing” then tap “Install” or “Update” for the app you want to test.
  • When installing via public link, tap “Install” or “Update”.