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Yashc

Member Since: October 9, 2011

Country: United States

  • I'm sort of seeing a similar thing. I was able to flash it successfully once, both using the Arduino IDE and the esp-idf compiler. However, since, I'm getting stuck at "Writing at 0x00010000... (20 %)". I see on the reviews that a user was able to fix this by holding the PIN0 button down while flashing, but this doesn't seem to work for me. Any suggestions?

  • Hi Member #859570, As I had guessed, I had two versions of python installed on my machine and the Arduino compiler was calling the wrong one. Look at this thread for a possible solution (I'm still trying to point the compiler to the right version, but let me know if you manage to do that.): https://github.com/espressif/arduino-esp32/issues/13

  • Member #859570, Did you have pyserial installed? I find that the most common solution to this problem is not having pyserial installed. However, I do have it installed and it works with python when I import it in the terminal.

  • I see the serial module error too, and I do have pyserial installed. And I am able to import serial in my other python programs that I'm running from the terminal. Any suggestions?

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