@BitBoy01 You can do raw micropython with VS Code and M5Stack plugin
UIFlow allows to code directly with micropython too but I had no success saving code on HDD and its not convinient for me at all.
@ajb2k3 you know I really appreciate you work with uiflow handbook, but Im confused why developers themselves wont release detailed sheet with all supported methods and functions. M5stack is a great product, head beyond arduino, but most of us have to use arduino because of detailed libraries support. I want to step forward with micropython but its either writing pre-defined things with uiflow blocks, or develop own libraries which takes some time
otherwise products are superb
M5STACK sends error message on screen if your code isnt correct. It has own python interpretator, so it runs anything you upload into it. If your code is incorrect, it will display error message on screen.
What is an issue about RTC? Which module are you using? I've seen Luke worked with RTC and it went smooth, can check his guide on hackster.io?
However, I also want M5Stack team to release full library documentation too, for both py and arduino ports
@Guy I understand its legit cable supplied with M5 device, but people report they are not very good. So I suggest to try another cable first (before disassembling device lol). If another cable wont help too, you can try to unscrew hex bolts and check if USB port soldered properly
I managed to access Flow menu after reflashing it with latest UIFlow firmware
Hi @Guy , try another 100% legit USB-C cable. A lot of complains about cables coming with M5 devices in box.
if that doesnt help, boot into safe mode (F8 before windows loads), go device manager, find and remove CP210 drivers, install fresh ones from m5stack.com website and reboot normally.