Well, I have spent the past 3 hours just on the software side. I’m asking myself why I have to go to numerous places to get software? Surely that should have been installed during manufacturing. I tried running the buzzer which FINALLY worked. The I tried whatever was next in the instructions. It couldn’t find the adafruit driver, even though it says it’s already present.
For now, I’ve put stuff aside because I don’t know how much more I can take before the dog gets thrown against the wall.
@Manfred Knorr You can check seed studios website for the Bittle, I'm 90% positive that they sell it already put together and ready to rock (if interested just shoot them an email to confirm). I purchased mine off amazon and it came pre-assembled and it was sold from the seeed studio company.
But I will say after having it for few weeks, I wish it had come unassembled so I had a better understanding of how everything works. Once you surpass the initial steps I'm sure you'll have a better understanding of how to get the results you want opposed to if your Bittle came pre-assembled like mine.
Best of luck!
That's how Arduino works. The libraries are made by numerous contributors for free. We could package them all under our folder but you will miss future upgrades from the corresponding authors.