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rookie177

Has anyone used this in connection with Xively? I'm running it on the Adafruit shield.

magagna

Hello all,

I'm pleased to report I've finally got the firmware upgrade code working. This will upgrade a CC3000 to the very latest firmware (1.24).

Instructions in the readme, or feel free to hit me up here.

https://github.com/cmagagna/CC3000Patch

Good luck!
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/magagna <-- My last name.  Pretty apt.

koldomon

sorry, stupid questions,

i want to use the cc3000 in junction with an arduino and the firmata-firmware, so i can controll the arduino from "fhem".
1stQ: is it possible?
2ndQ: howto?

djrm


Hello all,

I'm pleased to report I've finally got the firmware upgrade code working. This will upgrade a CC3000 to the very latest firmware (1.24).

Instructions in the readme, or feel free to hit me up here.

https://github.com/cmagagna/CC3000Patch

Good luck!



I'm glad to report successful upgrade of embedded adventures CC3000 board from 1.10 to 1.24 using the patch on a Saintsmart 3v3/5v switched Uno R3.

Before the upgrade the CC3000 would connect and ping but not be able to access data, everything working well now. Thank you very much. btw the android Smart Config is working too.

Next I'll see if it can be incorporated into my fhem system, but that is for another day.

Best regards, David.

Hi all.

I'm have a module cc3000 Murata, but it does not work properly. Program does not return from the function fastrprint (optionally in cycle while(1) in hci_event_handler). (

ps. Found network - OK.
Get correctly IP from DHCP.
Get correctly IP website from DNS.
Ping OK (to module and from module to website).
But GET, POST in fastrprint (only print) not returned.

what could it be?

Thx.

magagna

What version of firmware does the Murata report? If it's less than 1.24 then you probably need to upgrade it; older versions of the firmware can be pretty buggy.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/magagna <-- My last name.  Pretty apt.

I'm upgrade module from TI Radio Tools program. CheckFirware() returned 10 in dec.  :smiley-eek:


magagna

Sorry, I'm not following. What library are you using? Adafruit's? If so, do you mean getFirmwareVersion()? When you say "returned 10 in dec" do you mean decimal 10?

If you're saying you're using getFirmwareVersion() and you're getting back decimal 10 then something's wrong; that call returns two bytes (major and minor version). Maybe you're saying getFirmwareVersion() returns 1.10? If so then yes you'll definitely have to upgrade the firmware; 1.10 is really buggy.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/magagna <-- My last name.  Pretty apt.

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Feb 17, 2014, 08:58 am Last Edit: Feb 17, 2014, 09:00 am by kino_alex Reason: 1
Sorry, i'm dont speak Engish.  (
But.

version getting in function  check().

uint16_t firmware = checkFirmwareVersion();
//if ((firmware != 0x113) && (firmware != 0x118))
Serial1.println((firmware, DEC));

The evening try getFirmwareVersion();

Thank you!

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