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I don't need to do that. Use the manager and you'll have the latest version
I updated step 3 to included the needed libraries, but you are getting Java errors, not missing library errors. I think there is a problem with your install of Arduino IDE, but you could make sure you have all the libraries and try to compile again.
Both 962 bytes. I just tested the download, its fine.
Sorry about that. The schematic picture was right, I fixed the description. The sketch opens and compiles fine. I assumed that everyone knows to uncompress zip files. The sketch opens and compiles fine if you extract it first.
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I made 3 of them for my kids. The coolest maker project I've worked on. Any chance you would opensource the PCB? Ken, thanks for all you do!
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Where is the ino file?
Bearings linked to Amazon are not greased properly for fidget spinners. I used compressed gas duster to blow out most of it and sprayed a good amount of WD-40 and then used the duster on it again. It works pretty well after. Many online say that WD-40 as lube isn't great for spin times though. So you could use WD-40 as a degreaser and add a little of another lubricant. This seems to be a highly recomeneded one: http://amzn.com/B0002FOGFI
Wow those bearings from Amazon barly move. Anyone found better bearings that fit this?
Super Easy with the 3.3v Micro. Everything was only about $5https://www.aliexpress.com/item/RFID-Module-RC522-...https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Pro-Micro-ATmega32...Thanks for the sketch!!!
Super Easy with a 3.3v Micro. Cost about $5 for everythinghttps://www.aliexpress.com/item/Pro-Micro-ATmega32...https://www.aliexpress.com/item/RFID-Module-RC522-...kksjunior, thanks for the sketch!!!
Get the Attiny hardware support from Spence Konde not from High-low Tech. It won't compile with High-low Tech. Also the sketch needs the EEPROMEx library to compile too.It's easy to add the Attiny support:Put http://drazzy.com/package_drazzy.com_index.json into File -> Preferences -> "Additional Boards Manager URLs" Tools -> Boards -> Boards Manager... *If using 1.6.6, close boards manager and re-open it (see below) Select "ATTinyCore by Spence Konde" and click "Install".
With the Capacitive Controller sketch, the blue led lights up after I touch one analog pin and stays lit up after any more pin touches until reset (repeatable) and Blink Sketch you gave works fine before. This is repeatable on all 3 black pills with the COM port not working until I reflash. Using example CapacitiveController sketch from ADCTouchSensor 0.0.8 I ordered them from the same merchant you gave linked to. Maybe there is a new version or different variant of the black pill that is not compatible with your sketch.
That code works great.
Can't get your sketch to work. I get the device error in the picture after I upload the sketch. (and plug it back in) It will work after I flash it with the stm32duino firmware linked in this instrucable. I can upload Arduino example sketches after, but after I upload your sketch, the Black Pill won't work until I reflash it. Does the exact same thing on both a Windows 7 and Windows 10 computer and 3 different Black Pills. Is there another device driver I'm supposed to load besides the Maple one in install.bat?
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Alternative bootloader binary flashing: Use STM32 ST-LINK utility (STSW-LINK004 on st.com) and ST-Link V2 ($2 on Aliexpress) It uses the 4 connectors opposite of the usb port. The adapter has diagram with pins to use. I couldn't get it to work over serial with either a UART to USB or the Arduino method described with 2 different black pills.
Flashing works with STM32 ST-LINK utility (STSW-LINK004) and ST-Link V2 ($2 on Aliexpress)
It's white. 9 is going to TX. I also tried this with a USB to TTL, but I returned because I've never got the flashing to work. I guess it could be the black pill board. I'm getting another one soon. I answered my original question, the Library won't compile on STMF103R series. I'm going to order this board and try it out. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/WAVGAT-STM32F103C8... it should work with the boot20_pc13.bin It has a ST-LINK connector, hopefully that makes flashing and debugging easier.
After selecting the correct Com Port. "No response from the target, the boot loader can not be started." I followed hook up and flash instructions in $3 Makey Makey instructions exactly.
I find the black pill impossible to flash. I've tired your instructions several times with different hardware. Would I be able to do your project with a STM32F103RET6 development board and a ST-Link JTAG programmer?
Here a Picture of a Black Pill. I have another one on the way. I'll try that one too.
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