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Apologies if this post appears twice. This is a great idea! I am taking the lazy approach of directly wiring the controllers to the GPIO pins instead of using the (cleaner) PCB approach. Can you please confirm if these are the pin connections to the data lines from the controllers?Controller 1 = GPIO2Controller 2 = GPIO3Controller 3 = GPIO4Controller 4 = GPIO7 ???Many thanks.
Build a Raspberry Pi-Powered Amazon Echo
Great set of instructions. See below in the discussion forum if you had authentication issues.
Hi everyone,Here's how I resolved this issue: I made sure that I had a microphone connected before I ran the auto install script. I used a Sony PlaystationEye that I had lying around. Then I modified the automated_install.sh script with "ProductID=my_device" If you are like me, you might have inserted the "Security Profile ID" as the "ProductID" This is wrong! I followed the instructions as provided for remaining steps and it worked like a charm with both waveword agents. Thank you again for a great instructable to try during the holidays.
Hi everyone. Was this "We're sorry!" message with "An error occurred when we tried to process your request." error resolved for anyone who experienced it? I dont see anyone stating if they found a solution. Please advise. Thanks in advance.
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