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HI, i have two arduino MICROs that i want to communicate with each other,
the thing is that no matter what i do... they dont "talk"
Is it possible there is a problem with serial communication when USB cable is not attached?
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=181523.msg1346388
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HI, i have two arduino MICROs that i want to communicate with each other,
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the thing is that no matter what i do... they dont "talk"
No schematics + No code == no proof.

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Is it possible there is a problem with serial communication when USB cable is not attached?
Serial communication with what? Using which instance?

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Resurrecting this thread. The micro handles USB and serial communication differently than the standard board. The details are outlined here:
http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/ArduinoLeonardoMicro#toc4
I think it boils down to using "Serial1" instead of "Serial".

Good luck.
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