I’m not sure if my problem is related to this thread, but I’ve following situation:
I’ve unpacked CreateKit, connected particles each to other (LCD-GSM-antenna-battery-audio) and tested it a bit on the default stock firmware which it has when I unpacked it.
Then I tried to download new version (github:WayenWeng/RePhone_Create_Kit_VXP, sorry, forum said my message is to spamy due to this link) of the firmware (or how should we call vxps? applications?).
But all that I see when power device on after flashing (copying MRE/*vxp and autostart.txt) — LED on GSM module is lighting green (not even blinking like on “default” 6.2). And that’s all. Nothing on the LCD, even no debug ports (if connected via USB while powering on). AFAIRC, only gsm-modem port (/dev/ttyUSB0).
Although, after powering it off and mounting as flash disk, system log shows successful start :-/
Then, when I tried to install Lua-for-RePhone, using this instructions (downloading release zipball from github, unpacking it, copying it content to the 5MB flash disk), and tried to boot in into that firmware — I having nothing on LCD too (although, I assumed that), but I also have nothing in debug port (/dev/ttyACM0, which meant to be COM4 in Windows example on wiki), when connecting to it with either putty, minicom, or whatever. And tons of binary data, when connecting to ttyACM1 (which, probably, assumed to be “Modem port” aka “COM5” on that windows screenshot on the wiki).
So, neither of that ports provided Lua console in PuTTY, while wiki suggests opposite.
So, I’m now in kinda frustration: am I doing somwthing wrong, or my kit is broken?