OldCodger
OldCodger
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

@dprefont Hi, Are trying to read and write to an SD Card ? I bought a Cytron Maker Pi Pico with a built in SD Card. Look on their git hub pag...

1 year ago
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

@dprefont Hi, i’m not sure what you are trying to do, but this is HTML code to set the font style. You may have copied the code for the webpage...

1 year ago
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

Hi, Are you in the correct Boot mode. It may be a bit obvious but it’s the only thing I can think of. Regards Dave

2 years ago
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

@dronebot-workshop Hi Bill, I saw 2 ssd1306’s advertised on Amazon so I bought them. I was surprised how small they were when I opened the box !! ...

2 years ago
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

Thanks for the info Bill, I‘m surprised you can’t read Chinese though 😂😂😂 Regards Dave

2 years ago
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

Hi, Will any SSD1306 display work on the Pico. I’ve been looking around and I haven’t found one that says it works with a Pico. Who made the one ...

2 years ago
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RE: Making connectors for Arduinos

Try this YouTube video. It’s quite lengthy but it does work

2 years ago
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RE: Making connectors for Arduinos

Try this YouTube video. It’s quite lengthy but it does work

2 years ago
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RE: arduino with lcd display 2 lines via an i2c does not work

Hi, The error message “ liquidcrystal_i2c.h: no such file on directory” usually means the library isn’t installed in the IDE. I’m not sure what yo...

2 years ago
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RE: Raspberry Pi4B Setup

Obvious question, but have you tried the official Raspberry Pi .org forum pages.

2 years ago
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RE: Favorite sources of PinOuts, Specs, & Info: chips & modules?

I do a google search and if I see a result from pinout.xyz I go with that. It often has a lot more information especially with Raspberry Pi’s

2 years ago
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RE: Favorite sources of PinOuts, Specs, & Info: chips & modules?

I do a google search and if I see a result from pinout.xyz I go with that. It often has a lot more information especially with Raspberry Pi’s

2 years ago
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RE: Got Jumper wires?

Hi Bill, I agree about the quality of the metal used on these cheap ones. A couple on this breadboard were slightly rusty on the outside. This co...

2 years ago
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RE: Got Jumper wires?

Having said I didn’t have a real problem with breadboards I found it very difficult to connect up a project. So I decided to find out what was really...

2 years ago
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RE: The Mysterious MPU 6050 Breakout Board ???

@recycled-roadkill Glad to hear you got it working. I suppose the Segway is just the next logical step in the balancing Robot game 😁😁

2 years ago
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