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I have uploaded the correct code. The recent code is properly working.
Thanks for your comment, but I have given all the required details that are needed to build the project. Still I have verified the connections as given. If still you can find any mistakes, then please comment the mistakes.
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Thanks for mentioning. I had used part of your content and code thinking they are third party(gmail) content and code(standard library). However I will be removing it from my instructable immediately and replacing parts of my code and content with my own.
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Hi guys. I'm new here. I have done everything but when i try to upload the sketch the error is:warning: espcomm_sync failederror: espcomm_open failederror: espcomm_upload_mem failederror: espcomm_upload_mem failedCan someone help me to find a way?
Hi guys. I have done everything but when i try to upload the sketch the error is:warning: espcomm_sync failederror: espcomm_open failederror: espcomm_upload_mem failederror: espcomm_upload_mem failedCan someone help me to find a way?
Tell me if you are using the same code given in the instructables, or you have modified it. If you have modified the code, paste the parts of the code where you have modified the it.
The name of the app has changed. It's name is now "Arduino Programming Remotely". You can search by this name or you can just click on the link given in the instructables. If you want to download the app in your phone, then open the same instructables in your phone and click on the link and then download the app.Now because this is your first instructables, I suggest you to start with the basic Arduino projects and codes. After you learn basic programming, you will understand the code. If you have any more quires, feel free to comment.
Can we use an analog pin to connect the data pin of the sensor ?
Thank You ahmedcheriff9. Comments like these encourage me to make many interesting, useful and easy projects
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No, I didn't experience such problem . if this is happening when the servo is operating then it may be loading related issue like the lock lever may be tight.I am using Arduino pro mini, if you are using a bigger board it might be taking more power. I had tried using UNO but it did not power up at all on the same power adapter. Unfortunately I do not have the adapter details because I have used a scrapped old mobile charger which does not have any label of ratings.Please let me know your findings, in the mean time I will try to simulate your issue.
Happy to know you found it helpful.To stop the servo returning to original position find a line in code 'myservo.write(0)' and remove it. This line/command is asking the servo to go to position '0' i.e original position. You can also see the command 'delay(5000)' just above it which asks the Arduino to wait for 5 seconds before the servo returns to original position.Further I would like to tell you that if you send analogWrite(8, 90) the servo will turn 90 degrees instead of 180 this means you can control how much the servo turns so that you can fine tune your project. Hope this helps.I love to answer queries so please do not hesitate to ask if you have more queries.
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Nice project !!!Can I add a TFT screen of any mobile to Arduino UNO ?
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