flash read err, 1000 on sipy+pytrack



  • I'm using a Sipy on a Pytrack
    After a probably failed upgrade I end up with

    flash read err, 1000
    Falling back to built-in command interpreter.
    OK
    >CWhat?
    

    in Atom

    I saw some similar problem on this forum, with solutions, but I really don't understand them
    and they are all for different chips.

    Please, when you ask for "reset" detail what you mean.
    I still havent figured out what is what
    I know how to press the reset button on my sipy (which does nothing usefull at the moment)
    And I know how to pull up the the pin 12 to go back to a better state when you make a mistake. Which is not working anymore

    I have no idea how to do that (or if it possible) with the pytrack.

    No upload of code possible

    I would like to go back to original state so I could start over
    Thanks in advance



  • @devinv Awesome. Glad to hear it :)



  • @paul-thornton nope. Solved!!



  • Hey,

    I know we were dealing with a similar issue in an email trail. Around the same time as this post. Is this still an Issue? :)


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