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Bootload an ATmega328
Stop Using Ferric Chloride Etchant! (A Better Etching Solution.)
MagSafe for the Rest of Us: a DIY Magnetic Power Adaptor
Thanks for the write up techbitar, this worked well on Windows (using Tera Term) and with OS X (through terminal).For those trying to get it to work on OS X:1. Open a new terminal window2. Type:ls /dev/ 3. Find your bluetooth name in the list. Mine had the format 'cu.myBluetooth-DevB'-Type:screen /dev/cu.myBluetooth-DevB 9600 –LGive it a moment to connect to the device--the light on the HC-05/06 should change from blinking to solid.4. Test by typing '1' or '0' to see LED 13 change state on the Arduino5. To exit, Ctrl-A, then Ctrl-K.
Cheap 2-Way Bluetooth Connection Between Arduino and PC
Building an Android App to Communicate with the HC-06 Bluetooth Module
Add bluetooth to your Arduino project - Arduino+HC-06
Connect to Blynk using ESP8266 as Arduino Uno wifi shield (Mac only)
DIY WiFi Outlet (HariFun#135)
Ahhh that you so much for this fix!! I thought my Nano was going to be useless with my mac!
How To Burn a Bootloader to Clone Arduino Nano 3.0
Thank you for posting this tutorial! It tooks me days to get my ESP8266 12-E working, and with the resistors, it worked!!
Get Your ESP8266-12 Ready for AT Commands
ESP8266 Weather Widget
Program Arduino Pro Mini Using Arduino Uno
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GoPro external charging cable
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