First download nfe tools in the ZIP-FILE link below:
if it does not download try a different browser, you will need to make a designated Arctic Fox folder and unzip files to your specified folder,
once files are loaded into folder CLICK and open the nToolbox Application
Now connect the computer to the pico mod using a micro usb data cable (note not all cables will work, they have to be able to transmit data.)
Once the NToolbox is open CLICK on the firmware updater
Notice that the Pico has been connected,
Now download the PICO AF Firmware BIN file below
after downloaded to your designated folder
Click Update From a file
Now Open the PICO AF Firmware Bin file
Your Pico Mod should now have Arctic Fox installed
Once completed click ok and close the Firmware Updater for the NToolbox
Now that you have installed arctic fox you can use a configuration someone has already set up or you can program your own configuration, You can have 8 profiles in your configuration, For now I have made 1 configuration that has 3 profiles on it, you can download load it here Quest, the v4 and the v5 Prototype, now follow the steps below to load it to your pico.
If you do not want to use my configuration you can learn how to use artic fox and download these instructions to set all the parameters yourself.
To Load a Configuration click the ArticFox Configuration
Now open and choose the saved configuration file
My favorite feature with Arctic Fox is the autofire feature, all you do is click the button 2x fast and this will start the cycle where you can have as much as 60 seconds of heatup time without pressing the button every ten seconds like with the normal firmware requires you to.