I use a ConBee II USB stick for my zigbee mesh in Home Assistant. I wanted to update the firmware and found it is easiest to do this by shutting down HA, unplugging the stick and using a windows machine to update it, then putting it back into the HA system and booting HA back up. There are full instructions for the process in Windows on Dresden Elektronik’s website
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This is a stupid response. You claim is to upgrade a conbeee stick for home assistant. But you big announcement is to use a windows machine…Stupid,dtupid, stupid!!!!
I have home assistant. I use windows on my PC. I have a ConBee stick. I simply documented how I was able to update the firmware — a process which is not straightforward. I didn’t say I was able to update it *via* home assistant. Given that anyone can download a 30-day free trial of windows direct from Microsoft if you’re “technical” enough to be using home assistant and a non-windows OS then I’m sure you can set up a virtual machine, install windows on it, and then use the described process. I’m sorry the process wasn’t what you were looking for but if you go around calling everyone who puts information out there for free (at a loss actually after domain name and hosting is paid for) then don’t expect anyone to go out of their way to help you.