@smilebean So 4000ms and 3000ms delay is not normal, what code are you running? Do you have the BLE module driver installed on your computer? the SiLabs Driver? Also can you post the code you are trying to run here? Thank you!
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RE: How to get started with python?
@aimbotd We're still putting together instructions for the Python side of things, which is why there's so little documentation on Python at the moment. It's still a bit early, so the setup can be quite cumbersome.
I'll tag @robolink_arnold to see if he can help you with the messages you're seeing. If you're feeling ambitious, we can set some time to help you with setup. Otherwise, we should be publishing Python setup instructions in 2 months.
Let me know if you'd like to set up a video call for a walkthrough of the setup.
RE: Unable to install Snap on Chrome in Windows
Hi there, @Dhruv! Sorry to hear you're having trouble. Can you send me a screenshot of what it looks like? I suspect it may be that Developer Mode isn't turned on, or you may be dropping it into a different place where it's not recognized.
If you could share a video, that'd be even more helpful. Thanks!
RE: Help needed
Hello @rodgar! The battle feature is using the IR emitters on the front of the drone to fire IR light. At the moment, the library doesn't have functions for firing the IR lasers, and it's primarily for entertainment purposes using the mobile app. The Petrone app is our partner's app that is used just for flying.
We do have other projects you can do though on basecamp.robolink.com. There are examples of using the drone for Flappy Bird-based challenges, autonomous flight challenges, among others.
If you'd like us to show you how to put the challenges together, we'd be happy to schedule some time!
RE: Cannot upload programs to the controller
Hello @nag98k! Welcome to the forum. The upload mode seems set up properly on the remote. You're getting a message at the end
Using Port : COM1which means you're most likely using the wrong Port number. Usually COM 1 is reserved for other devices.
Looks like your board manager is correct (
Rokit-SmartInventor-mega32_v2), so also make sure you go to Tools > Port, and see if a port appears when you plug in the remote in upload mode. That's the port you'll want to have selected. You'll want to look for COM7 or COM9 or something along those lines. The COM number depends on your hardware.
Give that a shot, and let us know if it helps!