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[Solved] Arduino missing from Arduino IDE


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(@bruce-moore)
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I’m still pretty new to Arduino’s so be patient.  I’m building the SCARA Robotic Arm using the Devia board.  When I try to select the Arduino/Ginuino ZERO board in the Arduino IDE as the instructions on the jjrobots page says, I can’t.  There is no entry for that board.  Am I supposed to be using something else?

 I even went back to the 1.6.5 version of the IDE like the instructions says work.  Still, there is no listing.  Thanks


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(@bruce-moore)
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Well, I guess never mind.  I kept searching and found how to do it.  I just got into the board manager in the IDE tools menu and found a package that listed the ZERO as one of the boards in that package.  I installed in and all is well (for now).


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You need to install the SAMD boards library (1.8.10.). Then you wil able to see that board on the list.

 Just go to Sketch-> Include library -> manage library and look for the mentioned one. Then install it and restart the Arduino IDE

Install the SAMD Boards library 1.8.10.

 


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