pca9655e I/O expander response and I2C

The following sketch is intended to test pca9655e I/O expander response from I2C.
It’s supposed to write to the I/O expander’s output register, read the contents of the output register, and then print it.
But it’s not working as expected.

Expected results:

change register values to 0
register_3 = 00000000

change register values to 1
register_3 = 11111111

Actual results on breadboard:

change register values to 0
register_3 = 11111111

change register values to 1
register_3 = 11111111

Breadboard pictures:
breadboard_pca9655e_1.JPG

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Breadboard setup:

Teensy 2.0 connected to PCA9655E I/O expander via I2C
4.7K pull-up resistors on SDA and SCL

Pin assignment diagram for PCA9655E I/O expander:

           INT   1         24 VDD    +5v yellow and 0.1 uF capacitor to ground
      SCL   AD1   2         23 SDA    SDA green
      GND   AD2   3         22 SCL    SCL red
            IO0_0 4         21 AD0    SCL white wires on ADs
            IO0_1 5         20 IO1_7
            IO0_2 6         19 IO1_6
            IO0_3 7         18 IO1_5
            IO0_4 8         17 IO1_4
            IO0_5 9         16 IO1_3
            IO0_6 10        15 IO1_2
            IO0_7 11        14 IO1_1
      GND   VSS   12        13 IO1_0

The PCA9655E has 5v between VSS and VDD.
Good continuity from the I/O expander to breakout pins.
A logic analyzer shows a signal on SCL and SDA.

Why does the sketch not print “register_3 = 00000000”?
Maybe something is wrong with the code? What else can I trouble shoot?

PCA9655E I/O expander datasheet is on: http://www.onsemi.com/pub_link/Collateral/PCA9655E-D.PDF

pca9655e_print_register.ino sketch:

#include "Wire.h"                               //http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/Wire

const uint8_t ADDR  = 0x30;                     //PCA9655E I2C address with AD2=GND AD1=SCL AD0=SCL

void printRegister(uint8_t regist)
{
    uint8_t value;

    Wire.beginTransmission(ADDR);
    Wire.write(regist);                         //write command byte of register
    Wire.endTransmission(false);                //PCA9655E needs false to send a restart

    Wire.requestFrom(ADDR, static_cast<uint8_t>(regist)); //request one byte from register

    value = Wire.read();

    Serial.print("\nregister_");
    Serial.print(regist);
    Serial.print(" = ");
    Serial.print(value, BIN);
}

void setup()
{
    Wire.begin();

    // turn off outputs so that output ports don't get burned
    Wire.beginTransmission(ADDR);
    Wire.write(6);                              //configure port_0 direction
    Wire.write(~0);                             //as input with pull-up
    Wire.endTransmission();

    Wire.beginTransmission(ADDR);
    Wire.write(7);                              //configure port_1 direction
    Wire.write(~0);                             //as input with pull-up
    Wire.endTransmission();

    Serial.print("\n\nchange register values to 0");

    Wire.beginTransmission(ADDR);
    Wire.write(3);                              //set register_3 
    Wire.write(0);
    Wire.endTransmission();

    printRegister(3);                            //expect register_3 = 00000000

    Serial.print("\n\nchange register values to 1");

    Wire.beginTransmission(ADDR);
    Wire.write(3);                              //set register_3 
    Wire.write(~0);
    Wire.endTransmission();

    printRegister(3);                            //expect register_3 = 11111111
}

void loop() { }

The Arudino Wire library uses 7 bit addresses throughout, so drop the low bit. Where ADDR = 0x30 is 8-bit, Arduino 7-bit uses ADDR = 0x18.

So changing the second line of the pca9655e_print_register.ino sketch fixed it:

const uint8_t ADDR = 0x18;                     //PCA9655E I2C address with AD2=GND AD1=SCL AD0=SCL