You know? I have a funny issue, i have a robot with 4 motors and one gyro, it works fine, but suddlenly, it’s shows an device error, claiming the port 12 (where I have a motor connected) there’s no motor connected. So I check the device info in the brain, and it doesn’t recognize the motor12 as a motor, it recognize it as a bumper. To fix this problem, I disconnect the motor, reboot, and connect the motor, and voila, works again. Everything fine but in 20 or 30 minutes later, that problem comes up again, and I don’t know how to fix it for good. Anybody does?
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Unfortunately there is nothing you can do on your side to fix this specific problem, we must replace the motor under warranty.
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I forgot to mention, this problem also happened to a friend, and we switch motor to see the problem, I connected to my iq brain, everything ok with this motor. But this problem comes up with a different motor. So, this was really weird
This kind of error usually means something else on a given port triplet is broken. Say you have a ColorLED on port 10 in a messed state, needing a firmware update. Then, the brain would have hard times enumerating the devices on ports 11 and 12, or it might mis-recognize them. In such a case, I suggest you detach everything, then check the devices on-by-one using the device info and the the VexOS update utility.