The firmware change would not to do a reset upon loss of connection.
I suspect this would be a major project. No debugging capabilities.
Get all the source code and learn it to see where the change needs to be.
I would also need to have my application do a reset upon start up, and hope
that doesn't break the connection.
In short, a major project.
On Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 9:08:14 AM UTC+3, Ytai wrote:
> Or change the firmware to do whatever you need.
>> Unfortunately I didn't guess this up front, but it seems there is no way
>> to get a persistent output from the output pins.
>> What I wanted to do is turn on a LED and have it stay on until there is
>> another command to turn it off.
>> It seems that for this to happen the smart phone must have a continuous
>> connection to the ioio.
>> When that program loses focus, the connection is broken and all pins go
>> to zero.
>> It seems the only way to persist the state is to have the ioio activate
>> external logic.
>> Is this the only way or have I missed something?
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