Full credit for the initial documentation for this goes to DaveB off the Raspberry Pi Forums, see his post here.
An acknowledgement also to Lady Ada of Adafruit who was working on documenting in parallel to myself on Christmas eve. She has taken a different approach which requires a UART serial cable. Her guide can be found here.
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