@jirkakrepl said in New Pybytes firmware 1.18.1.r9 (Experimental LTE support):
If your LTE configuration is correct, your device with a Simcard should connect to Pybytes using LTE.
Then Terminal and Flash OTA update should work too.
Awesome, I'll try it out soon, thanks! LTE OTA was only thing holding us back from a production release.
Discussion for Feature Request and Future Additions to Pybytes
@vern-muhr So why don't we as the community, create an OSH expansion board to do want we want? - there must be enough interested folks to do this - I am happy to start this off - so send me a list of "must have" features and lets do it (PS. I need one for a project I am starting anyway) - so lets make something that ticks all the right boxes ?
@ahmadelmasri Thanks for your support on this.
Yes everything is working now, I just got a duplication of the "Signal 1" in my dashboard.
But messages are coming via LoRaWAN and device is online, Thank you again !
@VST-Admin Im not sure if this is the final answer or not, but I have discovered that the integration does not like a \r in the data. my data extractions were adding a Carriage Return by mistake. I could send any data I wanted to through the integration EXCEPT the variable containing the string I needed. I then had it echo that string as an array of bytes and then I could see there was an additional \r at the end. I removed it and the line started working through the integration immediately.
I really wish something like this was documented, so I wouldn't literally lose days of work.
I tried the OTA firmware update on WiPy from 1.20.1.r2 to 1.20.2.r7 using OTA firmware update example and the update worked fine. Please refer to this example (https://docs.pycom.io/tutorials/all/ota/) for the exact steps to perform an OTA update.
The image file that you have in the flash seems to be corrupt. Make sure that the file is written correctly.
@jcaron I am sure that the callback works, I have gotten into the callback when using the nRF connect app as a server and sending notifications with that server. However after further tracing, it seems that I cannot properly subscribe to the NOTIFY characteristic. To subscribe for notifications it seems that you have to send a value to the descriptor, not the characteristic as I have been trying. The same problem got mentioned here: https://github.com/pycom/pycom-micropython-sigfox/issues/37, although it is still not clear how to write to the descriptor. Is there any way to write to the descriptor?
@plsecker Can someone just post the Callback url they have for a Sigfox device?
Mine (above) has been provisioned as:
(its listed under Devicetypes|Callbacks).
Bit bemused as to the lack of help on this. No response from Pycom either.
Great, thank you for your response. I'm glad to hear you're working on it! We currently do a lot of event logging to the SD card so it would be very useful to be able to grab those files remotely, or possibly even tail the last 100 lines or something on them.