@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!
I am trying to execute USSD codes through my GSM modem. When i try USSD command which gives me some options, it is executed but i can't get any operation done from the options.
AT+CUSD=1,"*101#",15 (To check balance)
+CME ERROR: 264
AT+CUSD=1,"*17108#",15 (To get a data pack)
CUSD: 1,"1.Datapacks .Voicepacks .SMS Packs .Billing info ote: Back:* Top:#",15
+CME ERROR: 264
Any one found a way to do this?
Here's my fix for this on VS Code after having the same problem
Create new window for each individual project.
On the individual pymaker.conf of each device change the address to the associated COM port
On the first device:
On the second device:
Looking to fix the "Pymakr stopped working after upgrading to VS Code 1.36.1" issue i stumbled over the rebuild script in the pymakr directory of .vscode.
It creates a new precompile for the serial port library and just did the trick.
@gjhannam23 You forgot to say something about your power requierement, and for IoT it's something very important.
For doing something similar i will use BLE-Mesh, the device role will be "mesh gateway", with nrf52 chip power consumption will be around 6mA permanently.
Doing multirole (master and device/beacon) while have the same power consumption byt cost more ram in ble chip.
Thanx, clear to me now.
And there are different micropythons ( board specific ), most differences hardware related.
When you use libraries, you don't have to upload them immediately to the board, using the 'run' button.
By "See the pycom docs" you mean docs.pycom.io I suppose.
The problem I have ( and I also had with finding hardware info ), when starting with Google to find a topic, I am sometimes directed to other older documentation ( also by pycom ). So I sometimes get lost between the versions.
@martinnn Found the issue with your firmware updater. If you would want to update to a dev version, you need to download the development version of the firmware updater (here). They will release it as stable soon, but not until then, use this dev version.