CatFoodMan Posted June 21, 2017 Share Posted June 21, 2017 I received my new OpenScope Mz – very exciting! I installed the Agent (V0.3.7), hooked up the device, started WFLand it upgraded the firmware from 0.185.0 to 1.4.0 without issue. I launched the calibration, connected the indicated wires with short (3”) jumpers, and it ran the calibration, but couldn’t find any storage in which to save it – “No Locations Found.” I retried the calibration but it just ran the blue bar all the way to the right and then just sat there. OK, close the browser, release the port, and try again. Still can’t find any storage. Hmmm. Reboot! OK, now it sees the Flash Storage Location, but when I click save it says “Error saving calibration. One or more channels fell back to ideal values. Rerun calibration.” Clicking Done sends me to the main WFL screen. Opening the Device Manager again pushes me back to Calibration. If I rerun the calibration in the same session, I again get “No Locations Found.” Disconnect, release, restart, gotta calibrate again, now I see Flash, but still cannot save: One or more channels fell back, etc.). ~sigh~ If I don’t save it I go back to the configuration screen – but it identifies the board as “uncalibrated." Evidently if I don’t save the values it’s not considered calibrated. Installing an SD card doesn’t help – If it sees Flash it’ll see SD0 (and likewise if it doesn’t see flash it doesn’t see SD0,) but can’t save there successfully, either. Let’s try something else – WIFI! Click “Setup WIFI”. It doesn’t detect any wireless networks, yet there are 5 SSIDs originating from 2 access points and a router just 10 feet away. My tablet and phone can see 10+ networks in range: OpenScope doesn’t seem to see any at all. If I manually try to add one and put in one of the 2.4GHz networks, I get “Error setting wifi parameters.” Help! -Bruce Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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