Bricked Azure IoT devkit - getting started with Azure RTOS examples

Robert Boyer 1 Reputation point
2022-01-26T05:01:56.733+00:00

Using a fresh Windows 10 install, all tools for toolchain install fine and work correctly as far as I can see.

I clone the getting-started repo and build this example:

https://github.com/azure-rtos/getting-started/tree/master/MXChip/AZ3166

I setup vs code according to the VScode.md included. It works fine with no errors.
I even tried the tools/rebuild.bat and built the bin files etc with no errors.

Here's the problem. Every time I flash the devkit board with the bin file it bricks the board with the user controlled rgb led solid red and the program green led flashing quickly with no output, no connection to the Wi-Fi and no screen output.

It works fine if I flash it with the Arduino Azure IoT temp/humidity example using VS code and the Arduino plug-in.

Any idea what is going wrong? I am an extreme beginner with Azure RTOS but it's why I bought the card, to learn it.

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  1. António Sérgio Azevedo 7,661 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-01-28T16:11:31.193+00:00

    Hi @Robert Boyer ,
    Making sure you also checked the document that has a few more details: Quickstart: Connect an MXCHIP AZ3166 devkit to IoT Central

    Note: During the flashing process, a green LED toggles on MXCHIP DevKit.

    When you follow the step Confirm device connection details you can't see any results ?

    I will follow the setup myself and let you know if I succeeded.

    Thanks!

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