Mimi_Salade wrote:Hi everybody !
I just got my brand new NFC Shield from Adafruit and I'd like to use it with LibNFC.
I installed everything correctly on both Ubuntu & Backtrack.
The shield is on an Arduino Uno and connected to my computer using the USB cable plugged in the Arduino.
I think I might need a FTDI cable to communicate with my computer.
Could you tell me if there's a way to do that simply using the USB cable plugged in the Arduino ?
If that's not possible, can I build my own cable easily ? I'll buy one otherwise…
Just a last question : I also have an Arduino Leonardo but the shield doesn't seem to work fine with it. Will Adafruit release a library for this Arduino soon ?
I'm also looking for a temporary solution to solder the selector 0. For now, I have a tiny piece of copper held by a plastic clip.
It would be nice to have jumpers on those connections.
Mimi_Salade wrote:This is driving me crazy
I had a close look to the datasheets, searched across lots of forums, tried other pins.
I just can't make it work.
Do I have to change the baud rate of my FTDI friend ? Do the MOSI and SS pins match the TX and RX serial connections ?
The FTDI friend communicates with LibNFC (the debug is clear) but nothing reaches the shield.
Any idea ? I'd really love to play with it
ktownsend wrote:What are you powering the board with? When the magnetic field is active these boards draw a decent amount of current.
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