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I need help with this step of setting up my ODROID-GO and Arduino. I'm not sure what this means, I'm on windows, never used this software. I'm trying to code for my ODROID to say "Hello, ODROID-GO"
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So I skipped the above step and this what happened on the arduino interface and the "Hello, ODROID-GO" text didn't display on the screen of my ODROID-GO
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To use the git clone commands on Windows, try googling with "How To Install Git Bash On Windows".

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Thank you for your reply, so i did the above step. However, I am still greeted with a error message when I attempt to verify/compile and then upload.
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If you downloaded the library files via git command, you probably know the downloaded library path.
And you need to add the full path name to the Arduino configuration properly.

Look into your compile error messages more carefully.

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Sorry, I don't understand the part "add the full path name to the Arduino configuration properly". Could you please define what those terminologies mean and what they refer to in the image? as I am not sure. I just did what the steps in the guide told me to do. Are you saying that I change line 1? in that code thingy?

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Sorry, I thought you have some experiences in Arduino developments.

Look into "Manual installation" section in this guide.
https://support.arduino.cc/hc/en-us/art ... rduino-IDE

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I tried that but I still get greeted with the same error message like the library is saved to my documents folder on my PC. any help?
as u can see in the image below i have the odroid library downloaded
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Also how do I add the " you need to add the full path name to the Arduino configuration properly."?

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According to the link in my previous reply.
Manual installation
Go to the directory where you have downloaded the .zip library file.

Extract the .zip file.

Select the main folder (it should have the library’s name) and move it to the “libraries” folder inside your sketchbook.

Restart Arduino IDE.

Note that adding a library to the “libraries” folder in the sketchbook will override other previously installed library versions.

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Thank you, So when I downloaded the odroid library there was no .zip file. It was just a normal file as u can see in the image above and it's saved in my document folder. so there's nothing for me to extract. also the 3rd step said select main folder, what's the name of the main folder? is that the "ODROID-GO" folder? and if so, where do I move it to? as in where would I find the the "libraries" folder inside my sketchbook? would it be in the file tab? because I don't see anything there?

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Your configuration seemed to be fine.
The main reason of your compiling error is that a newer version of Arduino-ESP library is not compatible with our ODROID-GO libraries.
You need to use the arduino-esp library version V1.0.6 instead of V2.0.5 as discussed in this thread.
viewtopic.php?p=350405#p350405

Really Sorry for the confusion caused and wasting your important time due to my wrong assumption / ignorance.

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Thank you for your message. so I tried that but as you can see on the image now I'm getting a new error message saying my board is not compatible. What could I do to resolve this?
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According the thread link in my previous reply, nobody seemed not try compiling on Arduino IDE 2.0 yet.
Latest tested version seems to be 1.8.19.
Since official Arduino IDE 2.x appeared a few weeks ago, I think there might be some bugs or missing features very likely.

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