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Rei Vilo

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  1. It seems you’re using Windows: that is the standard behaviour.
  2. Check the I²C port selected, there are two and they differ from non-ET and ET LaunchPad boards.
  3. Could you please open a ticket at https://github.com/energia/EasyLink/issues? It seems some values are hard-coded, as noted at ETSI Frequency Hard-Coded — How to Comply with FCC?
  4. You need to use the tool Uniflash. https://www.ti.com/tool/UNIFLASH There is a rather sophisticated set of features. Here is the User's Guide. http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/swru469g/swru469g.pdf
  5. There is already a ticket Workshop — CC3220 — Add Upload to Flash, unfortunately still open.
  6. You're welcome! ...and don't forget to remove the jumpers from the LaunchPad.
  7. Just use the programming part of the CC3200 LaunchPad connected to your board.
  8. You can use a library for Arduino and adapt it to the MSP430. Porting an Arduino library to Energia
  9. Please have a look at Information to Provide When Asking for Help I²C Check-List I guess you're using the MMA8452 on I²C.
  10. As Energia is a fork of Arduino, the same settings apply. Call the menu Energia > Preferences and select a larger font. Open the file theme.txt (located at /Applications/Energia.app/Contents/Java/lib/theme/theme.txt on macOS) and edit the corresponding settings. # foreground and background colors editor.fgcolor = #000000 editor.bgcolor = #ffffff Go for the preferences.txt file (located at ~/Library/Energia15/preferences.txt on macOS) and edit the corresponding settings.
  11. Keep in mind the MSP430G2553 has only 512 bytes of RAM. It may not be enough for the buffers of two serial ports. Try with a more capable MCU.
  12. Which board? Please read Information to Provide When Asking for Help
  13. See Mac OS X: Signed Binary release version 1.8.10E23 (12/17/2019). Download here: energia-1.8.10E23-macosx-signed.zip
  14. What is the exact output of the compiler? See Information to Provide When Asking for Help Copy the entire output of the compiler and post it here.
  15. Check the display works with 3.3V. The Arduino Uno operates at 5V. Check the usual suspects for I²C, especially pull-up resistors. See I²C Check-List. Which pins are you using on the MSP430G2553? There are two I²C ports. See the MSP430G2 LaunchPad (MSP-EXP430G2) pins map. What is the exact output of the compiler? See Information to Provide When Asking for Help
  16. I am not sure whether SoftwareSerial works fine on the MSP430G2553, for the same reason of very limited RAM. Does the ESP8266 run at 5V? MSP430G2553 runs at 3.3V.
  17. How the ESP8266 is powered? Keep in mind the ESP8266 requires up to 400 mA, so it requires to be powered separately, as the MSP430 can supply all the current; Which reference of the MSP430 are you using? The MSP430G2553 has 512 bytes only of RAM, which may be too short.
  18. There are two questions on your post: How to use CC3200 WiFi? How to use Google Firebase? To answer question 1, play with the examples supplied by Energia. For question 2, I don't know Google Firebase, but there is a specific section of the documentation devoted to Add Firebase to your C++ project.
  19. For your own board, please refer to
  20. The RAM of an MCU can’t be expanded. Go for another LaunchPad with a more capable MCU.
  21. Have you checked the thread Porting an Arduino library to Energia? Keep in mind the MSP430G2553 has very limited RAM, 512 bytes, too limited for your project.
  22. Please avoid duplicate posts — If no one answers, it might be no one uses that specific screen
  23. Just have a look and use the examples provided with the EasyLink library. They work fine.
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