I discovered Tasmota some time ago and immediately, without reading through it much, ordered the lamps described above, then did a bit of tinkering and tried to flash the ESP8266, but then had to realize that these lamps are not compatible with Tasmota. They have now BK7231 inside.
Have then further researched, am then on this Instructions encountered, since I didn't know exactly which chips are installed, I quickly dismantled a lamp.
I didn't have to flash by wires, I used a WiFi flashing - tuya-cloudcutter.
With the information I got to work, exactly according to the instructions, Raspberry Pi 4 set up, software installed, I only had to adapt the command to run it:
sudo ./tuya-cloudcutter.sh -w wlan0
and BÄM, all 6 lamps flashed with the firmware.
now I only had to figure the pins and the lamps worked
You can see our commands list here:
https://github.com/openshwprojects/OpenBK7231T_App/blob/main/docs/commands.md The command must be executed on boot, so you can, for example, put it in "early.bat" in LittleFS (if you want it to run at reboot early), or in "autoexec.bat" in LittleFS (if you want it running at delayed startup), or if you don't want to use LittleFS, you can put it here, in "Short startup command":