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    Ozzy Osborne
    @BarDweller
    @lirenhe / @ArthurMa1978 / @Sneezry / @jlian / @SatishBoddu-MSFT / @yjianfeng ... https://azureboard.blob.core.windows.net/ is still down. It would appear to be the only location to download the toolchain for the mxchip board. Is there anywhere else we can obtain the toolchain archives at the moment? / Has this devkit been abandoned?
    Ozzy Osborne
    @BarDweller
    Either way.. its still down.. :(
    ANAS D
    @dalintakam

    I’ve been playing with Azure Sphere and MT3620 board for the past few months, and I see how powerful that platform is. I strongly advise all IoT developers(on Azure or not) to check it out. I did a small demo on how to integrate Sonar sensor with Azure sphere here: https://github.com/brodbor/high_level_Azure_Sphere_IoT_ADC_input

    have you tried any cloud integration otherthan azure iot hub. i am using azure sphere mt3620 and looking for examples to send data to my server MQTT @brodbor @brodbor

    @brodbor
    Phil Henn
    @philhenn
    Looks like they've resolved the issue. I was able to download the tool chain for the mxchip
    Sebastian Zug
    @SebastianZug

    I tested the installation procedure on a Linux 20.04 system. Unfortunately the installation does not completely prepare openocd. When I flash the file I receive

    /home/zug/.arduino15/packages/AZ3166/tools/openocd/0.10.0/linux/bin/openocd -f /home/zug/.arduino15/packages/AZ3166/tools/openocd/0.10.0/linux/scripts/interface/stlink-v2-1.cfg -c transport select hla_swd -f /home/zug/.arduino15/packages/AZ3166/tools/openocd/0.10.0/linux/scripts/target/stm32f4x.cfg -c program {{/tmp/arduino_build_895553/sketch_jan08a.ino.bin}} verify reset 0x800C000; shutdown 
    java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/home/zug/.arduino15/packages/AZ3166/tools/openocd/0.10.0/linux/bin/openocd": error=2, No such file or directory
        at java.lang.ProcessBuilder.start(ProcessBuilder.java:1048)

    The downloaded package do not contain a /linux/bin/ folder. A manual installation does not work due to the missing cfg file. Any ideas?

    Ozzy Osborne
    @BarDweller
    I'll have a try to see if the windows toolchain works tonight.. but I did notice that this update was done in two steps, first to update the URLs, and secondly to remove the md5 checksums for the toolchain packages (this feels a bit risky, as the checksums are there partly to ensure the downloads were complete, but also as an element of tamperproofing, without the checksums, you're now running binaries you have no way of validating are the ones that the package intended for you to run).
    That, combined with your comment, made me wonder, "why remove the checksums at all?" .. I mean, if these were the same packages offered before, they'd have the same checksums..
    So I pulled all the toolchain packages, and compared their md5sums against the values that have been used for the toolchain packages since at least v1.1 of the sdk back in 2017, and only one package matches.
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/openocd-linux32-0.10.0.tar
    New Checksum: c91be51ae5d63091b1cc23b557e16535
    Old Checksum: bf854e1b8e3c99359a242d27ad45a3b7
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/openocd-linux64-0.10.0.tar
    New Checksum: c91be51ae5d63091b1cc23b557e16535
    Old Checksum: 8faec7d75635e1473076607c78c9ddfb
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/openocd-0.10.0-32.zip
    New Checksum: 83e1ed6c7d7558f09c1e39f9c168126c
    Old Checksum: 83e1ed6c7d7558f09c1e39f9c168126c
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/openocd-0.10.0.tar.gz
    New Checksum: 8971d16aee5c2642b33ee55fc6c86239
    Old Checksum: cc33d45956f146038c315880de83bdb1
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/gcc-arm-none-eabi-5_4-2016q3-20160926-win32.zip
    New Checksum: 1a5c77148193ffe53a698386cd1bbfe1
    Old Checksum: fa96e8b97c32544f78fb158c9bf12a39
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/gcc-arm-none-eabi-5_4-2016q3.tar.gz
    New Checksum: 0c9dcb7893e9b2907ea3dcf4f11bb5cb
    Old Checksum: 1c44cafab7d4c3d437c81828a6c85c7e
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/gcc-arm-none-eabi-6-2017-q1-linux64.tar.gz
    New Checksum: 4b5749e0248889b9a3b00852c1837a92
    Old Checksum: 4ab6df0b9a61c3d88d2c5f10adccd563
    
    https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/releases/download/1.0/gcc-arm-none-eabi-5_4-2016q3-linux32.tar.gz
    New Checksum: e54d81242669409234909154169ad3f9
    Old Checksum: 2bba9295b4d598d0677240f7c0420f0f
    Ozzy Osborne
    @BarDweller
    Every single package, except for openocd-0.10.0-32.zip (Windows OpenOCD package) is no longer the same toolchain package that it used to be. The changeset removing the md5sums is here.. https://github.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/commit/d0c76e57d1ad62610aab0773ba687d55df2e4c91#diff-000268fd8a2420d6a941a4fd11020d8abd745a131248ec434dc3ed7b99343603
    Also, worth noting that linux32 and linux64 packages now have identical md5sums, where they didn't before, so either those packages have been merged, or one of them was uploaded accidentally with the name of the other.
    brodbor
    @brodbor
    @dalintakam I am sure it is possible. Check this video out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCPi3yjS_1M
    Kabeer Makkar
    @kabeer28
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    Hi, i'm currently doing the translator on my mxchip but whenever i run it, i get a "sorry, i can't hear you" every single time. I also get this error and im not sure how to fix it. Please help
    Kabeer Makkar
    @kabeer28
    When I record, it says processing, and uploading... and then it gives me the "sorry i can't hear you"
    Been at this for days. Would love some help ASAP
    jdavidguerrero
    @jdavidguerrero
    hi Everyone, I'm trying to load de UDS IN VSCODE 1.52.1 but this doesn't take effect anyone knows what happens?
    jdavidguerrero
    @jdavidguerrero
    Hi to resolve this issue , i used putty with serial monitor
    hongqiangwang
    @hongqiangwang
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    Hi folks, I am in the last step to upload the code but it looks like "openocd" can't be found. can anyone advise how to solve that? thanks.
    jdavidguerrero
    @jdavidguerrero
    what version of sdk are you using?
    Diomedes Ignacio Domínguez Ureña
    @DiomedesDominguez
    I'm using the latest version
    Ogieeeeee
    @Ogieeeeee
    How do you know which device send the telemetry to iothub?
    Right now when a telemetry is sent a event happens and then there is some code executing in azure functions making a http request to my api but how do I get the deviceid of the device that send the telemetry in azure functions portals
    brodbor
    @brodbor
    @Ogieeeeee - device twin has support for devide id, but you can also embed it in the message body , in case you have one device with multiple sensors(or IoT edge). It is easy to query for device, just check this artcicle out: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/iot-hub/iot-hub-devguide-query-language
    Diomedes Ignacio Domínguez Ureña
    @DiomedesDominguez
    Just like many others, it doesn't matter which firmware I put in my board, I can't deploy a simply hello-world because of the OpenOCD issue. I tried in both Linux and Windows.
    Pedro Almeida
    @ptalmeida
    Hey everyone, I'm in the same situation as @DiomedesDominguez and @hongqiangwang, following the getting started tutorial on macos. Anyone know of a way around it? thanks
    Ogieeeeee
    @Ogieeeeee
    Anyone else getting this error when trying to do something with azure iot device workbench?
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    Ogieeeeee
    @Ogieeeeee
    Ok I found the problem... for some reason it doesn't work if you directly open the device folder via vscode and then try to provision azure services
    but you have to open it as a workspace?
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    Ogieeeeee
    @Ogieeeeee
    yh ok makes no sense to me but this is the fix
    Ogieeeeee
    @Ogieeeeee
    Thanks @brodbor I will look how I can embed it and send to my api
    scockeri
    @scockeri
    Hi, sorry for the noob question but I received my kit today, followed the getting started example and instructions and everything good until I try to upload code the device. For some reason VSCode cannot find the OpenOCD binary for AZ3166 even though I have checked the install and can see the correct Library directory and all of the underlying folder structures and openocd files. I've checked the directory and can see that no bin directory exists so it looks like it needs manually compiling before use. I've followed the README's but even then make && make install does not create the correct bin folders and contents. I am on a Mac and get this specific error message: ava.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/Users/<home directory>/Library/Arduino15/packages/AZ3166/tools/openocd/0.10.0/macosx/bin/openocd"
    Any help much appreciated!
    Exactly the same issue that @ptalmeida @DiomedesDominguez and @hongqiangwang are experiencing
    Sahan81
    @Sahan81
    Hi I am trying to install the AZ3166 board on VS code keep getting the following error . Seems like the end point is down Error downloading https://azureboard.azureedge.net/toolchain/gcc-arm-none-eabi-5_4-2016q3-20160926-win32.zip
    Furos
    @leewinga_twitter
    Hello everyone, i have a question about the motion sensor on the AZ3166 board. Can the motion sensor be used to track objects or people entering a room for example?
    Keith Taylor
    @chwymx_gitlab
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    Hi, I'm completely new to IOT and I'm following this guide to install the IOT dev kit: https://microsoft.github.io/azure-iot-developer-kit/docs/get-started/?utm_source=distributor-seeed&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pre-order-user

    I am trying to install the AZ3166 board through VS code but receive the above error. Any suggestions on how to fix? Thanks in advance

    Keith Taylor
    @chwymx_gitlab
    P.s. I have fixed the issues in the 'problems' tab and the issue persists
    abbhakan
    @abbhakan
    Hi I am running the beginner tutorial https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/samples/azure-samples/mxchip-iot-devkit-get-started/sample/ and I am in the section Configure and compile device code. I have finished the last step Azure IoT Device Workbench: Upload Device Code but and I receive the "Uploaded the sketch: GetStarted.ino" but then nothing happens. I don't receive anything on the serial port. How can I debug this?
    Matan Shukry
    @matanshukry
    hey guys, I've setup an admin consent workflow in my tenant, but I don't want user to need it for a specific app. Any idea how to do that?
    Keith Taylor
    @chwymx_gitlab
    Hi again, I am trying to update the firmware on my MXChip. When I drag the .bin file to the disk I get an error saying the disk is read-only. After some digging it turns out the 'DETAILS' file on the devkit is encrypted. I have tried the other methods to make the drive writeable, any suggestions on how to 'decrypt' the details file so I can upgrade the device to the latest firmware? Thanks in advance.
    Chancei White
    @chance1code
    Has anyone had trouble creating a new Azure IoT Device Workbench project through VS command palette? I keep getting an error that says " Running the contributed command: 'iotcube.fsMkDir' failed."
    System.out.println("Ahamed-Raziuddin");
    @Ahamedrazi11-08
    how can we manage offset in the event hub, I don't want to read those events that already been consumed by a consumer in the consumer group.
    _please