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TinyDuino / Re: GSP Tracker does not work
« Last post by lennevia on June 25, 2018, 01:03:51 PM »
It may be possible that some include guards are missing! https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13060699/arduino-class-redefinition-error

Try adding something like this to the file producing the error:

#ifndef SPIFLASH_H
#define SPIFLASH_H


TinyDuino / Re: Possibility of updating the bootloader on TinyScreen+ ?
« Last post by thesko on June 24, 2018, 08:00:06 AM »
Any infos on this @TinyCurcuits team?

I also realized that my second TinyScreen is unable to read the battery state using the new tutorial.
Is it possible that I have two different hardware revisions?
And if so, is it possible to update also the hardware somehow for the voltage reading?

Please help!
- the sko
TinyDuino / GSP Tracker does not work
« Last post by gadallon on June 23, 2018, 03:15:57 PM »
We are trying this example of GSP tracker: https://tinycircuits.com/blogs/learn/tinyduino-gps-tracker-data-logger-tutorial
We assembled everything and when we try to upload the code, we get the following error message (which I trimmed for space considerations)

Arduino: 1.8.5 (Mac OS X), Board: "Arduino/Genuino Uno"

Build options changed, rebuilding all
In file included from /Users/gadallon/Documents/Arduino/libraries/SPIMemory/src/SPIMemory.h:76:0,
                 from /Users/gadallon/Downloads/TinyCircuits-GPS-Tracker-Tutorial-master/GPS_Tracker/GPS_Tracker.ino:3:
/Users/gadallon/Documents/Arduino/libraries/SPIMemory/src/SPIFlash.h:33:7: error: redefinition of 'class SPIFlash'
 class SPIFlash {

GPS_Tracker:75: error: 'class SPIFlash' has no member named 'readByteArray'
     flash.readByteArray(address, flashBuffer, 256);

exit status 1
'class SPIFlash' has no member named 'begin'


Anyone has any experience with it? is it possible that it's related to the changes in SPIFlash and SPImemory?

Tiny Arcade / Re: SdFat and directories
« Last post by dulsi on June 23, 2018, 09:44:09 AM »
SdFat developer has checked in my fix. SdFat 1.0.6 should work.
Tiny Arcade / Re: SdFat and directories
« Last post by dulsi on June 23, 2018, 12:13:11 AM »
Please use SdFat in the new version of SuperOteme.(SuperOteme103_source.zip)
That does work. I started comparing parts of the code to the Arduino SdFat library. I believe I found the issue. Unfortunately this means I have to tell people to install the library and then fix it or include a copy in my code. I don't like those options.
TinyDuino / Question about TinyScreen+ low battery handling
« Last post by thesko on June 20, 2018, 04:16:17 AM »

After implementing the battery voltage read-out from https://tinycircuits.com/blogs/learn/tinyscreen-battery-voltage
I noticed that the TinyScreen keeps running even on a very low battery level (below 3.5V).

Is there a threshold built into the board that shuts it off after reaching a critical voltage, or does it run until it falls below 3.3V due to being out of power?
Is that ok for the battery life or should we implement some kind of shutdown on a different voltage level?

Tiny Arcade / Re: SdFat and directories
« Last post by kuran_kuran on June 20, 2018, 03:47:27 AM »
Please use SdFat in the new version of SuperOteme.(SuperOteme103_source.zip)
TinyDuino / Re: Older Tinyduino Smartwatch
« Last post by HunterHykes on June 19, 2018, 06:08:34 PM »
Hi Jonah,

The display timeout issue you're experiencing is due to the default timeout variable in the smartwatch code. I noticed this myself when I first began tinkering with the watch. This can be modified in the
SmartWatchANCS_ST.ino file on line 90. The variable sleepTimeout is set to 5 by default. By increasing this value you will be able to change how long the screen is on after startup!

As for the time synchronization, we are still working on a way for this to work with the old Smartwatch Kit. However, the issue is not present in the new Smartwatch Kit featuring the Bluetooth Low Energy TinyShield.

I hope this helps!
TinyDuino / Re: Tinyscreen+ Vbat reading
« Last post by thesko on June 19, 2018, 04:22:32 AM »
Works like a charm!! Now I just have to find the fitting values for a battery display with my configuration/power consumption :)

Thanks a lot!
General Discussion / Re: TinyDuino GPS Tracker not working
« Last post by lennevia on June 18, 2018, 11:12:28 AM »
Hey there!

It sounds like your Mac is having an issue recognizing your USB cable, did you check out the Port Trouble blog we have? Here it is: https://tinycircuits.com/blogs/learn/port-trouble-windows-and-mac-help so maybe you can find which port it is with some plugging and unplugging! 

This is a common issue among Mac users (myself included), so if that blog doesn't help, you may have to due some scanning for your USB connections. Here's a snippet from a post on the arduino forum:
"As already noted this is an OS problem. The port should appear (only when the Arduino is physically connected) as a pair of files /dev/tty.usbmodemXYZ and /dev/cu.usbmodemXYZ. The IDE gets its list of available ports from the OS.

There are utilities that may help your diagnosis, perhaps the standard Utility->Console will show some meaningful error message when you connect the Arduino. USB Prober is a dedicated tool available from the Mac developer site, and you may find downloadable copies around. I'm saying this because *apparently* some people solved their "device not recognized" problems just by running a low-level usb analyzer (???). I would also get rid of the FTDI drivers, just in case.

I run OSX 10.6.8 on a MBPro and have the same Vendor/Product/Version IDs, never had similar problems so far."
- https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=150734.0

This post is a few years old but it might be worth reading through!
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