We’re you also able to connect the Reach modules via USB-to-PC connection via COM ports that typically get created if successful? Windows 10 is not creating the necessary COM ports. I still cannot.
I don’t know what you mean with “USB-to-PC connection via COM ports”. I just plugged the Reach Module with a micro-USB cable to the USB port on the Windows machine.
Just another way to send output. Via USB cable direct to PC. But a COM port in Device Manager needs to be created, and it never does. I know I had it working a few years back when the Edison chip / drivers were more relevant, but no luck lately.
We’ve checked that Reach Modules can be reflashed fine with the Flash Tool on Windows 10.
We are investigating the issue with Windows 10 not assigning COM ports for Edison-based devices at the moment. I reached out to you regarding this in your thread.
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