Difference between Arduino regular and Linkit arduino

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Difference between Arduino regular and Linkit arduino

Post by i.guillaume » Tue Oct 14, 2014 5:58 am

Is the arduino IDE used by the Linkit board any different from the regular IDE?
In other words, can we just "merge" the files and use one IDE to do all target boards?

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Re: Difference between Arduino regular and Linkit arduino

Post by loovee » Tue Oct 14, 2014 8:56 am

i.guillaume wrote:Is the arduino IDE used by the Linkit board any different from the regular IDE?
In other words, can we just "merge" the files and use one IDE to do all target boards?

Hi, LinkIt ONE IDE is just the same as Arduino IDE. If you use Arduino 1.5.7(or after), you can just install a SDK for LinkIt, then you can use LinkIt ONE.

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Re: Difference between Arduino regular and Linkit arduino

Post by i.guillaume » Thu Oct 16, 2014 4:40 am

Thx,

saves me some diskspace and another link on the desktop.
Maybe you should mention it in the instructions.

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Re: Difference between Arduino regular and Linkit arduino

Post by loovee » Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:36 am

i.guillaume wrote:Thx,

saves me some diskspace and another link on the desktop.
Maybe you should mention it in the instructions.
Hi, Thanks for you suggestion, if you have any question about LinkIt ONE, please talk to us at no time, Thanks.

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Re: Difference between Arduino regular and Linkit arduino

Post by basitsajid8 » Sat Nov 15, 2014 4:06 pm

I'm using an Arduino Uno with the NFC Shield V2.0 - SLD01097P, connected directly together using the header pins. I thought perhaps it was voltage related and tried with a 12v supply to the UNO but no change.
Nawaz

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