Ryu

Member Since: April 27, 2011

Country: United States

  • Product DEV-10628 | about 2 months ago

    I have seen this a few times..sometimes simply unplugging from USB and reconnecting has worked for me. However I was also changing SPI clock division for some code so I had to get that right before I stopped seeing this error as well.

  • Product DEV-10628 | about 2 months ago

    Will this work with a Due? It looks like the pins would match up.

  • Product WRL-11777 | about 4 months ago

    Anyone know if this can be an A2DP source yet?

  • Product WRL-11678 | about 6 months ago

    Interestingly, the online spec identifies A2DP support as both source and sink. However I received this reply from Microchip today when asked about it:

    “The RN52 is presently limited an A2DP audio sink and SPP slave mode. There is an RN52 firmware update to address known bugs and add an additional CODEC algorithm, but no plans to offer master and slave mode with SPP or sink and source to A2DP in the near future.”

  • Product WRL-11678 | about 7 months ago

    Does Apple restrict SPP?

  • Product WRL-11678 | about 7 months ago

    Can this use A2DP when the RN52 is the audio source rather than the sink?

  • Product WRL-11777 | about 7 months ago

    The overview on MicroChip’s website says “Available as an A2DP audio source or sink.” Is it possible there are different revisions of the RN52?

    I’m interested in using the A2DP as a source, along with SPP functions.

  • Tutorial - microSD Shield Quickstart Guide | about 8 months ago

    I am getting error code 0x01,0XFF “No card, wrong chip select pin, or SPI problem?” Sometimes I can get around it be resetting the board, but it’s very problematic. I can’t find a definition for error code 0xFF anywhere in the library files. Anyone else encounter this or know what it may be from?

  • Product DEV-10628 | about 11 months ago

    I had head phones plugged in and it was working fine until I unplugged the headphones during playback…now I get various error codes and can’t get it to play consistently even after rebooting and re-loading the sample code… Could I have fried it?

  • Product DEV-10628 | about 11 months ago

    I want to use the native Arduino Timer1 or Timer2 in parallel with the MP3 functionality of this board. By not using the MIDI feature, I can free up pins D3 and D4, however the timers also require either D9 or D11..

    Is there anyway to free up pins D9 and/or D11 without compromising playback from the on-board SD card?

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