updating google-spreadsheet using arduino yun

Hi I'm very new to arduino so I won't be surprised if I'm doing some silly mistake. I am trying to use temboo in order to update a google spread sheet with arduino yun - I followed the instructions in this site: http://www.instructables.com/id/Google-Docs-and-the-Arduino-Y%C3%BAn/ .I did not change anything in the example code except from my name , my password and the title of the spreadsheet.

yet, the only output I get in the serial monitor is: Unable to connect: retrying (1)... Unable to connect: retrying (2)... Unable to connect: retrying (3)... Unable to connect: retrying (4)... Unable to connect: is the sketch using the bridge?

well of course my sketch is using the bridge. otherwise it couldnt get compiled... so what could be the bug?

thank you very much!

I won't be surprised if I'm doing some silly mistake.

More than one. Clearly you didn't read the sticky at the top of the forum, or there would be some code. Second, clearly you didn't look at all the forum headings to find the most appropriate place, or you would have posted in the Yun category, not here.

I did not change anything in the example code except from my name , my password and the title of the spreadsheet.

Then, did you follow through with this?

Finally, create your header file by copying the the header file data from here (after logging to Temboo) into a text file and saving it with the name TembooAccount.h in the same folder as your sketch from above. You know this has been successful when opening the sketch, as you will see the header file in a second tab, for example in the second image above.

Finally, save and upload your sketch to the Arduino Yún. After a moment or two it will send values to the spreadsheet, and repeat this every sixty seconds – for example in the third image above.

Pauls, actually I did put a link to my code. I'm sorry for posting it here, I thought that since my problem is a programming problem it would fit here, seems I was wrong.

mrburnette, thank you for devoting your time for this! I really appreciate it. Yes, I have the header file. However, I found the solution with some reasearch - I had to remove the line: while(!Serial); and now it works! thank you very much.

Great!!!

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Ray