@jmarcelino Thank you for sharing this. To add to this question, are there code example of we can persist an array of structs to the file system? I have a clear idea of how I want to implement a simple persistent database but I cant find micropython examples of doing so. The btree library would have been great but I realised I couldnt use it in this version of the port.
I got this to work on a different pc with windows 10, 32 bit installer of the the visual studio code (even though windows 10 install is a 64 bit install). 64 bit install of the visual studio code didnt work with the pymakr plugin for me.
OK but make sure the the supply can deliver 500mA @ 3.3V. While the board doesn't use this much in normal use, the boot up is particularly demanding and the voltage can dip below what's necessary - for example during WiFi calibration. Most boot crashes are due to inadequate supply.
1/ Did you manage to get this sorted ?
2/ If not, I assume you got this base station through a loan from Phaxsi Solutions ? Please send details to email@example.com so we can have a look
3/ In case you're unaware, Phaxsi is organising two developer events next week in Bogota & Medellin : makers.sigfox.com/tour
I am using bare board
yes i can successfully connect to the device- in normal boot i get the python prompt, and with the jumper on GP23 i get "waiting for download"
Pc is connected to the internet
As above GPIO0 is tied to ground
I have just solved the issue- i had selected the south african server in the menu, which failed.
I now selected Europe (because it's also RCZ1) and this worked perfectly.