🐬🧋 Fztea (flipperzero-tea)

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A bubbletea-bubble and TUI to interact with your flipper zero. The flipper will be automatically detected, if multiple flippers are connected, the first one will be used.

🚀 Installation

# using go directly
$ go install github.com/jon4hz/[email protected]

# from aur (btw)
$ yay -S fztea-bin

# local pkg manager
## debian / ubuntu
$ dpkg -i fztea-v0.2.0-linux-amd64.deb

## rhel / fedora / suse
$ rpm -i fztea-v0.2.0-linux-amd64.rpm

## alpine
$ apk add --allow-untrusted fztea-v0.2.0-linux-amd64.apk

# windows & macOS
# -> I'm sure you'll figure something out. (No binaries for macOS due to crosscompilation errors)

✨ Usage

# trying to autodetect that dolphin
$ fztea

# no flipper found automatically :(
$ fztea -p /dev/ttyACM0

⚡️ SSH

fztea also allows you to start an ssh server, serving the flipper zero ui over a remote connection. Why? – Why not!

# start the ssh server listening on localhost:2222 (default)
$ fztea server -l 127.0.0.1:2222

# connect to the server (from the same machine)
$ ssh localhost -p 2222

By default, fztea doesn’t require any authentication but you can specify an authorized_keys file if you want to.

# use authorized_keys for authentication
$ fztea server -l 127.0.0.1:2222 -k ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

🎬 Demo

flipper_ssh_demo.mp4

GitHub

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