Problems with converting Arduino Nano code over to Maple Mini. Help needed.

Buleste
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Re: Problems with converting Arduino Nano code over to Maple Mini. Help needed.

Postby Buleste » Sat Feb 04, 2017 10:42 am

BennehBoy wrote:Can't you write to the SD? (not withstanding the level shifting issues on your existing reader, but I mean as an alternative to having to incorporate a physical eeprom)

There's no reason as to why I can't.
Good idea.
That's why I need other people to do the thinking for me. I get so stuck in my own ways I fail to see the other possibilities.

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Re: Problems with converting Arduino Nano code over to Maple Mini. Help needed.

Postby BennehBoy » Sat Feb 04, 2017 11:15 am

Buleste wrote:There's no reason as to why I can't.
Good idea.
That's why I need other people to do the thinking for me. I get so stuck in my own ways I fail to see the other possibilities.


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Re: Problems with converting Arduino Nano code over to Maple Mini. Help needed.

Postby Buleste » Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:40 pm

Humbug. New Maple Mini arrived today and I've managed to upload Bootloader 2.0 to it but when I plug it into the USB I get no COM Port popping up in Device manager so I can't programme it. Time to figure out whats wrong with it.

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Re: Problems with converting Arduino Nano code over to Maple Mini. Help needed.

Postby stevestrong » Thu Feb 16, 2017 4:02 pm

You don't need the COM port to flash it. The uploader will detect the USB DFU port and will program the chip.
The COM port appears after the first program has been flashed, so that serial USB is active.

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Re: Problems with converting Arduino Nano code over to Maple Mini. Help needed.

Postby Buleste » Thu Feb 16, 2017 4:50 pm

stevestrong wrote:You don't need the COM port to flash it. The uploader will detect the USB DFU port and will program the chip.
The COM port appears after the first program has been flashed, so that serial USB is active.

Ah. Okay. Thanks for that.
Working now.


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