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How to Compile for TX board
#1
I've set it to Nano and processor to ATmega328P (Old bootloader), but ESP8266 Sketch Datta Upload just returns "SPIFFS Not Supported on avr" - what have I missed?
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#2
(16-06-2020, 19:40)sarahdal Wrote: I've set it to Nano and processor to ATmega328P (Old bootloader), but ESP8266 Sketch Datta Upload just returns "SPIFFS Not Supported on avr" - what have I missed?

Hi,

ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload only can be used with devices which use the ESP8266 microcontroller, which isn't the case of the transmitter units. TX units should be programmed via USB port.

Rgs.
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#3
Through the arduino IDE, I think I can only upload one sketch at once. Is there a way to put all the files on the Arduino nano, or which file do I upload?
 
(16-06-2020, 21:15)Werk_AG Wrote:
(16-06-2020, 19:40)sarahdal Wrote: I've set it to Nano and processor to ATmega328P (Old bootloader), but ESP8266 Sketch Datta Upload just returns "SPIFFS Not Supported on avr" - what have I missed?

Hi,

ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload only can be used with devices which use the ESP8266 microcontroller, which isn't the case of the transmitter units. TX units should be programmed via USB port.

Rgs.
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#4
(17-06-2020, 19:46)sarahdal Wrote: Through the arduino IDE, I think I can only upload one sketch at once. Is there a way to put all the files on the Arduino nano, or which file do I upload?
 

All the files contained on a folder make part of just one sketch, and will be compiled together.
For easiness, with Arduino IDE open the one with the name of the software, all the other files will be loaded too. Compile and upload to Arduino.
Don't forget that you must always revise and set some things on the Config_Options.h tab, to suit your personal system.
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#5
(17-06-2020, 23:23)Werk_AG Wrote: All the files contained on a folder make part of just one sketch, and will be compiled together.
For easiness, with Arduino IDE open the one with the name of the software, all the other files will be loaded too. Compile and upload to Arduino.
Don't forget that you must always revise and set some things on the Config_Options.h tab, to suit your personal system.

I did not know that, thank you!
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