james last edited by
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after upgrade firmware,
I downgraded to the version at 1.17.3.b1 which worked first but I got the same problem ...
use usb / serial 115200, I upgraded with both USB 2.0 and 3.0 and I deleted the flash before the upgrade
>>> Uploading project (main folder)... Not safe booting, disabled in settings Reading file status [1/4] Writing file www/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.min.css Failed to write file, trying again... Failed to write file, trying again... Filecheck failed [2/4] Writing file www/js/angular.min.js Failed to write file, trying again... Failed to write file, trying again... Filecheck failed [3/4] Writing file www/js/jquery-1.11.1.js
nespressif last edited by
hello, I think we are talking about the same problem in another post.
@cmisztur Hi, which version of Pymakr are you using? We have done some improvements in version
1.4.2which may have solved this issue.
cmisztur last edited by
Gotta bump this. Same issue here.
Neuromystix last edited by
Same here with Atom+Pymakr and Lopy V1.18.0.
However, all files are in flash after the upload, and working fine. Just get that error when uploading.
james last edited by
The files are present on the board and the application works, the problem is that it sends them to each upload, and sometimes stops without coming to an end.
could be a problem related to the ftdi adapter, I've tried both on usb2.0 and usb3.0 but nothing, I try to do a test with the prolific adapter we see what happens.
VS Code + last pymakr plugin + various versions of the firmware, and with all the same problem
excuse for my esy english
on4fg last edited by
Same here. i am just starting and working through the examples. After every try, I erase the flash.
I enabled 'save boot' in Pymakr, but still got errors:
When I check the content of the flash (I enabled Wifi and make a ftp connection), all files are there:
And the program runs.
Maybe you can verify if the files are on the flash
I am running Pycom MicroPython 1.18.0.r1 and VS Code with Pymakr V1.0.1