I just started playing with my bittle and for a few days all was well.
My bittle stopped responding to commands on the remote control or serial monitor. I tried to upload WriteInstinct.ino and saw no errors, the Arduino IDE reports "Done uploading.". However, I did not get prompted for calibration, etc.
I can upload Opencat.ino without issues also, the only thing that appears on the serial monitor is "* Start" but bittle still does not respond to commands.
Uploading other code (testSevenRgbLED.ino) works fine.
Any help would be appreciated!
I see. The OLED connects to the I2C network and interrupts the MPU's bootup routine. Unless you explicitly add the initialization code for the screen, you cannot plug it directly to the board running the original OpenCat code.
Hi again, I got my bittle working again. The issue was that I had plugged in the OLED display that came with the bittle. As long as the OLED was connected the bittle wouldn't work. The OLED screen was working fine (running testOled.ino would display the logo, text, etc.).
Is the OLED supposed to work with the bittle? I had it connected to the I2C port.
The I2C switch is indeed set to Arduino. Pressing reset just goes back to "Start??": see below the serial monitor output:
Is the I2C switch dialed at Arduino? Could you press the reset button more times if the program stops at "* Start"?
If your testSevenRgbLED.ino works, then the board should be good. We will figure out what's happening.
I cloned the github repo and used the versions of opencat and writeinstinct that where provided.
I don't think I've pressed any button or changed any switch on the board before the issue started but I have pressed the reset button once after it started.
The screenshot for the compiler and serial monitor are below.
Could you take a screenshot of the compiler message and serial monitor?
Did you touch any switches/buttons on the NyBoard?
Which version of OpenCat.ino did you upload? If you are uploading a new one, make sure you upload and run the same version of WriteInstinct.ino first.