@peterp Thanks. On Mac OS with Pycom Firmware Update.app include develop versions I choose
GPy-1.20.2.rc3 --FAILS only transmits SSID once---
GPy-1.20.2.rc2 --FAILS !-!
GPy-1.20.2.rc2 with erase file system ++SUCCESS++
Did not see rc4 or rc5.
Hello, about a week ago I was pushed off of Pybytes and forced to login again but when I tried to it says "Username and password combination is incorrect!". I tried to then reset my password but this returns a "Server error" with my corresponding email. My account had 5 prototype devices linked to it along with a google cloud integration. These devices and the integration are now still in a fully functional state as they were prior to my account disappearing.
Can anyone help restore my account so that I can continue developing my devices? I have 5 more WiPys waiting to be added to my account.
My GPy won't attach to the t-mobile nb-iot network anymore.
I'm running to following code:
Then I wait for lte.isattached() becomes True, but it doesn't.
When I'm sending 'AT+SQNMONI=9', I'll get:
'\r\n+SQNMONI: vodafone NL Cc:204 Nc:04 RSRP:-74.60 CINR:0.00 RSRQ:-11.10 TAC:12407 Id:36 EARFCN:6254 PWR:-55.72 PAGING:256\r\n\r\nOK\r\n'
I'm expecting T-Mobile NL or "LMN ID: 20416 (20416 is T-Mobile NL - MCC - MNC)"
Yesterday my project was working fine and sending battery status.
Does someone has an solution for me?
Here, , ,  which array they are indicating?
Well, it's from your code
fifo_read_active = i2c.readfrom_mem(0x65, 0x08, 17)
i2c.readfrom return a bytes array that contain the bytes read on i2c bus. So index [0,1,2] is for channel 0 and index [3,4,5] is for channel 1 as explain in DS 13.3.10 (and so on)
And can you please show me how would I convert thw FIFO output byte into Decimal in micropython? I found few examples for python but didn't workout.
That's exactly what this line do
So you have to compute ValCh2 with 6,7,8 and so on for all channel
while I see that good timeout-functionality is very important to everyone out there (and probably for us as well), we haven't had the chance to care about these details yet. However, we will be happy to get any support for that ;].
With kind regards,
Great that it worked out. For anyone seeing this thread, but not finding what they need in the pycom documentation, there are also the possibility to delete items on the sd card using the command:
path could be something like:
For what it's worth, I tried this on a generic esp32 running generic micropython and it works fine, so it seems likely it's a pycom specific bug:
>>> import os
(sysname='esp32', nodename='esp32', release='1.12.0', version='v1.12 on 2019-12-20', machine='ESP32 module with ESP32')
>>> import re
>>> x = """asdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfaasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfas\n\nasdf\n"""
>>> m = re.search('^(.*)\n\n(.*)$', x)
>>> m.group(1), m.group(2)