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5 years, 1 month ago.
BLENano fail.txt TIMEOUT
Hello all, I just purchased a BLENano, and I have setup my eclipse to compile the blinky example and that works fine. However, when I plug in MK20 programmer for the BLENano It keeps mounting and dismounting. I can load the bootloader blenano_mk20dx_interface_20140912.bin from here, but when I try to load the nrf51822_blinky_nrf51822_.hex from here as well, the mount doesn't last long enough to complete the transfer.
The filesystem show a file called fail.txt and the contents saying "TIMEOUT". All I am looking to do is to run the hex file from this site https://developer.mbed.org/platforms/RedBearLab-BLE-Nano/.
Any help is appreciated
PS, at times MBED drive shows up TIMEOUTS and the mount permanently disappears until I disconnect and reconnect. It is plugging into a USB3.0 slot. My Device Manager says "This Device cannot start" under the USB controller, USB Mass Storage Device. I am on a windows 8 machine
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4 years, 7 months ago.
This happens to Mac 10.12.3 too.... Any update from the vendor is being required to solve this issue.
4 years, 5 months ago.
I tried a couple of different things and I simply couldn't get the BLE Nano to work on Windows 10. I tried using Arduino, copying via the command line.
One thing that I didn't try but just came across: You can download the nRF GO Studio from Nordic Semiconductor's website (www.nordicsemi.com) and try programming it with that. Just plug in the BLE Nano before opening the studio, then select "nRF5xx" in the menu on the left, then select "Write Application" (or something similar to that, I can't remember). If that doesn't work, I don't think anything will.