My case (Fire version) does not allow me to reach the internal connector from the outside.
I've ordered a grey "version".
Yes drivers are installed.
I would like to avoid soldering as it is under waranty. The issue that can be fixed with a capacitor is on all FIRE models?
If not I prefer to send back the module and order another one.
One more question : Is it normal that the screen part of the module is not able to boot even with USB plugged in if back cover is not stacked?
@ajb2k3 , thank you for your answer.
How did U manage to connect the capacitor?
If i unscrew the back of the M5Fire, I do get access to the 2x15 connector. but there is no room to connect a capacitor and screw the back. If I do not screww the back, module won't start (even with USB plugged)
I've just received my M5Fire, followed the instructions about the driver/arduino IDE libs & boards but I'm still not able to connect to the device (Windows 10x64)
No Com port detected, tried with 2 differents cables (USB A<->USB C). I also tried to turn the C side of the cable (advice seen on the forum).