@johand Thanks for the info, I'm able to reproduce the issue. There's indeed a problem in the upload feature, which has been solved in the latest versions of Atom. The VSC plugin is a bit behind code wise. We're working on a refactor of the Atom upload feature right now, when that's done we'll upgrade VSC as well to be up to date with it. That'll solve this issue.
For now either be a bit patient with uploading with VSC or temporarily switch to Atom for this project. Sorry for the inconvenience!
@mogplus8 P5 and P7 are fine. The ADC's are limited to 8, P13 - P20, since only ADC1 can be used. P4, P8 and P23 are connected to the SD Card adapter on the expansion board. If you want to use the SD card, you cannot use the for other purposes. Otherwise you can use them. The USB is connected through a USB/UART bridge on the expansion board to UART0 on P0 and P1.
@robert-hh said in Pycom Updater: Wrong device type assiged:
What's new in this version?
The main thing is that it's built based on Espressif IDF 4.0 and includes BLE Mesh support as well as LoRaWAN specification version to 1.0.3 (Class A & C for now, we're working on support for Class B).
We're still working on some issues mostly around firmware size so the source code is not yet available.
More details can be found here: https://forum.pycom.io/topic/6107/new-beta-release-v1-20-3-b0
Sigfox RC4 definition:
Latin America: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Trinidad & Tobago, Uruguay.
Asia Pacific: Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand.
So, try to select Australia or Colombia
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:
we are also using Pycharm together with a Make-based toolchain for uploading code to the device within the Terkin-Datalogger we are conceiving. When having a look the other day, we found that the Pycharm Plugin for MicroPython  is getting constant attention. We have reported about that on  where we stated
there might even be a chance of making it work if it doesn’t have Pycom support out of the box, whatever adjustments might be required for that.
We will be happy to hear about any outcome if you will have to chance to try that and report back about it.
With kind regards,