Please read this doc. I updated it just now.
It is better to see once than read 100 times bla-bla-bla
I istalled release, but I guess I find another reason.
In the M5BALA stack there are three IP5306 IC on the 5V BUS.
And one of these IC is controlled by ESP32.
During reboot procedure trouble things occured at 5V bus Brownout
As (thanks to M5 team) we do not still have all fucking schematics, nobody could resolve what is going on there.
Now, the situation looks like the following: one time it could start working normally or another time it could not. Unpredictable.
Well, on my office PC I had to reinstal ESP32 package and I found that your suggestions allready icluded in the new
release. Now, regardless of choosen board( M5-Stack-Core/Fire/ESP32-Dev) I got this stange behaviour.
It looks like very huge negative value(about 30 digits)of measured angle, which begins to rize in positive direction,
until it reach correct value. From this point, the program could or could not continue normal run.
I'll try to roll back the package install to see what happened.
@Kabron I don't have the BALA hardware so cannot test. Can you better explain what you mean by:
it gives wrong M5Bala library operation
Does it work it you use the original (smaller) partition scheme on the Fire? I.e.: do we know it is connected to the partitioning at all? Or could it be some other difference between the Core and the Fire?
Not now, maybe tomorrow.
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