@jpk said in Base M5GO BOTTOM: Issues with UART (Port C):
Have you got any photos and a write up about this resistor issue?
Sorry, no photos. My cutter was faster than my camera. But the issue is described in the first post.
Removing the resistors resolved the issues described above - for me. I do not recommend this procedure. Maybe someone from M5Stack can answer this.
All photos I find online do not have these resistors installed - at least not in the way it was done on my module. Maybe this "feature" has been integrated into the PCB directly with later revisions.
Again, at least for my module there is a mismatch between hardware and documentation. I cannot tell which one is "correct".
Can you consider creating a Hackster.io project documenting this modification please?
Please correct me if I am wrong, but both Hackster.io and the M5Stack-Facebook-Site need registration before even reading the existing posts?
I see this somehow critical:
Essential information about M5Stack is distributed on several platforms ==> You always have to check all sites...
I don't like being forced to register before reading content provided by other users for free.
Yes, some more features would be nice, but this forum is more than sufficient for discussing technical issues.
Facebook yes, hackster no.
Also there is github which is useful for storing code and files which you don't need to register to read files.