I’m still confused about the “perfect” way to charge a battery and measure its current state of charge (voltage level) with the XIAO.
I have it somehow working, but don’t know if it’s correct. The battery seems to be charging super slow (even a small 50mAh which should be charged in 1 hour even if I messed up the charging power in my code).
So, would anyone be so kind to post 2 code examples?
how to charge with 50/100mA (including correct port etc.)
Only works with non embed AFAIK, Unless you spin around, jump up. and wave a chicken over the Xiao with BSP 2.9.2 and change the varriant’s or pins ? or something SEEED has failed to address it fully. However strong Attempts have been made which you are aware of, in about 4-5 threads on here with the heavy lifting being done by users. VERY UNFORTUNATE; None of the smart Engineers at seeed could fix it and provide a simple demo, and YES reading the battery’s condition for a wearable or rechargeable device is PARAMOUNT but not to Seeed Studio.
Doing a search yields over 50 threads and battery issues since 2022…
None of the competitors like Adafruit, DFrobot or Micro-chip, even STM’s BlueNRG offerings with similar small footprints Have this issue ONLY SEEED’s XIAO does.
(like those it should be the same across revisions)