Arduino quick start guide

Support for Arduino in combination with Air Manager and Air Player

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vernonw123
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Re: Arduino quick start guide

#11 Post by vernonw123 »

Hi Ralph,

Thanks for the quick response, I am not running any other apps, I have taken a screen shot, I dont remember Air Manager appearing "below" Open/JDK Platform binary before,I seem to remember it sat at the top level?

My Windows 10 Pro 64 version is 18362.836 if that helps.
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Re: Arduino quick start guide

#12 Post by Ralph »

We went to OpenJDK with 3.5 or 3.6, I can't remember exactly. Is 'Automatically connected to Arduino devices' turned on in the Settings tab?

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#13 Post by vernonw123 »

Ralph,

That did it!, "Connect automaically to Arduino devices" worked in the settings tab the Mega showed up after about 15 seconds, I knew it had to be something simple as I could flah the devices.

Thanks for sorting me out.

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#14 Post by robjahnke »

Once I flash my Arduino with Air Manager, can I ever get back the original Arduino boot loader, or is the device forever "married" to Air Manager?

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#15 Post by Ralph »

No just run it through Arduino Studio.

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#16 Post by Corjan »

Air Manager won't replace the original Arduino bootloader. So you can use it as a normal Arduino when you feel like it,

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#17 Post by robjahnke »

:D Super. I was afraid when they said "Flash" the Arduino, that it meant a low level flash and the boot loader would be wiped out. So happy to hear that they just load a "Sketch" into the Arduino with the Arduino IDE and the Arduino and can be used as normal. Thanks so much :D

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#18 Post by Stubenflieger »

have made a short video how to code simple button and LED function. more will follow.

would apreciate likes and followers :-)

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Re: Arduino quick start guide

#19 Post by Keith Baxter »

Hi,

I rehashed the mega spreadsheet so peeps can plan their pin configuration. Works with Open Office.
When I get some time I will do the others.
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