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My class is also having this issue. When they upload it onto my Macbook with the downloaded software, there is no issue, but they are unable to upload onto their Samsung chromebooks. I have tried pressing the reset at different times after uploading, unplugging and replugging in the USB port, refreshing the web page, nothing is working. Any updates on this issue?


@Keoraf which board are you using? Are which version of the Create app is shown in chrome://extensions


We're using Genuino Uno boards that come in the SparkFun Inventor's kits. And we are using the latest version of the Create app, 1.0.15. Sometimes it works and then there are times when it just doesn't work at all and I'm having to use my personal laptop for my whole class.


Email support told me to post the issue here, but its been more than a month, still no solution.
come on guys :) help us out



I am also seeing the same issue.
     "Sending 3020: receiveData timeout after 400ms"

I'm using an Asus 302 Flip Chromebook, ans an Arduino UNO R3.

The problem started after Chrome OS upgraded to version 74.

The same thing is happening to me. Uno R3, Toshiba Chromebook 2


its says sending 3020:recieve data timeout 400ms. PLease help


Same here
HP Chromebook G6 EE
Sending 3020: receiveData timeout after 400ms

background page console:
Programming with: avrgirl-arduino flash -f undefined -a nano -p /dev/ttyUSB0
background.bundle.js:258 connected
background.bundle.js:258 reset complete.
background.bundle.js:258 flashing, please wait...
background.bundle.js:258 flash complete.
background.bundle.js:268 Error: Sending 3020: receiveData timeout after 400ms
    at background.bundle.js:24612
    at finished (background.bundle.js:24563)
    at background.bundle.js:24568
_generated_background_page.html:1 Unchecked runtime.lastError: Serial connection not found.

Problems are only with Nano. Uno works fine.

Seems like it fu*ked up my Arduino Nano
On desktop can't be programed too
`avrdude: stk500_recv(): programmer is not responding`
`avrdude: stk500_getsync() attempt 1 of 10: not in sync: resp=0x00`

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