I'll try that when I get home,
The m5burner from the m5stack download page. also has a check psram option and that showed this, maybe handy for people in the feature that want to check if it is working.
Sounds like a cool project Jorg. As @watson asked please provide us with more information so we can help you with the issue.
Specifically what programming environment are you using? Arduino, Micropython, Uiflow?
Please provide us with the code if you don't mind sharing it
A schematic, or if its simply hooked up to the pins of the m5stack without any other components, please tell us the pins you used. Perhaps including the model of the encoder you are using could also help to
@citizen428 Hey thanks for picking up an M5Go at BKK Makerfaire, we just got back to the office today.
Sorry to hear you've had a hard time with the M5GO so far, I agree it definitely could be easier. The manuals in the M5GO kits sold by our Thai distributors are horrendously out of date and we're sending out new manuals to them .
Try examples/z-ezTimeLog and you'll see the display scroll. All it does is print the ezTime log info to the canvas instead of the Serial port. If you want to make a menu (which appears to be what you're doing here), just use the menu object, don't work with printing anything to the screen directly. Otherwise maybe explain better what you're trying to do.
(Scrolling does need work, also on the documentation side. See here.)
Does it do the same with the USB lead plugged it?
It could be that the battery isn't charged enough.
to reconnect, Plug the usb into a battery or laptop to power on and start charging the M5, When it beeps the main menu will briefly pop up, you hit to hit button C (right button) as soon as the screen appears this will send you to the wifi screen and you use c button to move do to the "reconnect to uiflow" option then hit the middle (B) button to connect.
Go into UIFlow and hit the circle symbol next to (disconnected) to reconnect to the M5 (Sometime it will auto connect and say connected in green).