I picked up a Romo on eBay for $20 and to my surprise, found the company defunct and many cloud features not working. So, I decided to reverse-engineer it, and discovered it was arduino based (see attached photos).
I’d love to get my paws into the chip. Is there an easy way to find which header I can solder into to be able to program it? Wish I had the original firmware, but I don’t. I’d need to test each output high/low or pwm, etc. the iPhone interface is said to be a sound receptor and the communication protocol is said to be open source. Move found some info about it searching the Google cache of the robotics.com web site.