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  • james.fiorito commented on HackerBoxes's instructable HackerBox 0051: MCU Lab7 weeks ago
    HackerBox 0051: MCU Lab

    Actually, the program is uploaded just fine, but no built-in LED is flashing. I changed the LED pin to an external, on my fancy new test lab :), and it worked.

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  • james.fiorito commented on HackerBoxes's instructable HackerBox 0051: MCU Lab7 weeks ago
    HackerBox 0051: MCU Lab

    Trying to upload Blink on Wemos ESP32 Lite, but keep stalling at the message "Hard resetting via RTS pin..." Any Suggestions?

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  • james.fiorito commented on HackerBoxes's instructable HackerBox 00502 months ago
    HackerBox 0050

    Good to know, thanks. Anywhere, I can buy a replacement HB50 board?

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  • james.fiorito commented on HackerBoxes's instructable HackerBox 00502 months ago
    HackerBox 0050

    Mine is junk now. Surface mounting the esp32 is beyond my skill, I guess. I was thinking the User_Setup.h in the directions are wrong because, the file seems to require pin numbers, and the numbers in the code provided above and for the outputs. The instructions ironically warns us about mixing them up in an earlier step. I was going to see if using the pin numbers made a difference before I ruined it. :( I commented in the pins in the code below. You might want to give a try with the pin numbers. If you do, let me know if it worked. Thanks.#define TFT_MISO 19 //pin 31#define TFT_MOSI 23 //pin 37#define TFT_SCLK 18 //pin 30#define TFT_CS 5 //pin 29#define TFT_DC 22 //pin 36#define TFT_RST 21 //pin 33 //#define TFT_RST -1 // not used//#define TFT_BL 32 // not used#define TOU...

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    Mine is junk now. Surface mounting the esp32 is beyond my skill, I guess. I was thinking the User_Setup.h in the directions are wrong because, the file seems to require pin numbers, and the numbers in the code provided above and for the outputs. The instructions ironically warns us about mixing them up in an earlier step. I was going to see if using the pin numbers made a difference before I ruined it. :( I commented in the pins in the code below. You might want to give a try with the pin numbers. If you do, let me know if it worked. Thanks.#define TFT_MISO 19 //pin 31#define TFT_MOSI 23 //pin 37#define TFT_SCLK 18 //pin 30#define TFT_CS 5 //pin 29#define TFT_DC 22 //pin 36#define TFT_RST 21 //pin 33 //#define TFT_RST -1 // not used//#define TFT_BL 32 // not used#define TOUCH_CS 15 //pin 23

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