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The Windows version of Cortex is build for Intel's x86-64 processors. It cannot run on a 32-bit Windows. Cortex is supported on Windows 8 and Windows 10.
The macOS version of Cortex is build for Intel's x86-64 processors. However, it is possible to run Cortex on an Apple M1 computer, using the Rosetta translation environment provided by Apple. Please make sure you are using Cortex version 2.6.3 or above.
The Raspberry Pi version is currently in Beta. To connect an EMOTIV headset with Bluetooth, you must install and configure the bluez service on Raspberry Pi device. The Bluetooth connection is sometime unstable. If you cannot connect your headset with Bluetooth, then you may have to restart the bluez service, and then restart the Cortex service.
Please note that Raspberry Pi allows only one connected headset at a time, you must switch off the current connected headset to be able to connect to a new headset.
From version 2.7.1, EMOTIV App from desktop can remotely connect to Cortex running on Raspberry Pi device. From version 3.4.2, EMOTIV Launcher is available on Raspberry Pi device.
Currently, Cortex is supported on the following platforms:
- Windows 10 (64-bit) v1809+
- macOS 11 or above
- Linux Ubuntu 22.04 or above (Beta release, 64-bit only)
- iOS 14 or above (Beta release)
- Android 8.0 Nougat (API level 24) or above (Beta release)
- Raspberry Pi OS - Debian version 11 (Beta release, 32-bit)