- Mon Dec 26, 2016 2:18 pm
after flashing do you remove power to your amica board wait for a bit and then plug it back in ?
The thing that kills me is I know I could get it working but I would have to be there sometimes the process is interesting you may have to go into device manager and make sure the microsoft mouse or ball point driver that sometimes gets installed is not causing issues. Sometimes it is your actual wifi equipment that causes issues it is in most cases not the flasher nor the firmware it is something to do with hardware on your end almost always there was a build or two where this was not the case but it was quickly fixed by mmiscool.
Let persistence be your teacher just because you tried something once don't exhaust it as a possible issue either sometimes you must flash the device two or three times after having lua on there if I recall correctly its been a while since I resorted to lua for anything to be honest but the process of getting it back to basic was interesting at times. I would flash from one lua build to the other then clear everything with the lua tools then I would have to flash basic on to the device multiple times or something along that road when things did not go as planned along with messing with my wifi but after toying around for a while you get a feel for what is going on. Just like anything really you can read from a manual and have a degree you can even teach it but hands on is the best way to learn as there is always situational awareness which cannot be gotten through a manual and often troubleshooting is not covered in great detail.
Come on will you get your device running if you look at old postings you will find other people who are now pretty savvy had many of the same issues it was persistence that taught them as well. I wish you the best hope you breakthrough and get the feel soon do not be discouraged!