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Help! Irobot Movement Panel Wont Work And I Need This Working For A Presentation

Irobot Create
EZ-B

Followed DJ's youtube video on soldering the servo cable and connecting it to the irobot.

Had the Movement Panel working and could control my Robot perfectly when EZ-B let you choose the port. Now I update EZ-B and the firmware to 15.7 and it tells me I have to use D0, so i did. No response or movement. Help me.

Would love to skype or call with someone who knows whats going on. I need this to graduate highschool.

Skype: jacob.dubois2
Cell: Six034Nine9344Eight

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#2  
Thats the only option, and yes.
PRO
USA
#3  
Did you try and destroy the Movement Panel and recreate it? (if you are using a saved open project from the previous version).
#4  
I have rebooted ARC multiple times. Nothing.
#5  
I would make sure you are communicating with the EZ-B with a servo or something. Then check your connections. Maybe reboot the Roomba too.
PRO
Synthiam
#7  
Check the use old protocol option and deselect 115200 baud rate.
#8  
Did not work. Any way I can download the older ARC? I really need this fixed!
United Kingdom
#9  
Does the Roomba tones panel work?

if not try using old protocol and holding down the Play button
while powering on Create until you hear a sequence
of descending tones then try the movement panel/tones panel

You can use a script sendserial to communicate with the Roomba but you need to know what baud rate it using 1st

Thats about all I can think of
PRO
Synthiam
#10  
I cannot reproduce this issue. I have 3 roomba's at different baud rates and they all work. Port D0
#11  
I took a volt meter to D0 and found out it isnt producing a signal. How can I fix this fast? My servo doesnt work on D0 but does on D1. Anyway to get the old version? *stress*
PRO
Synthiam
#12  
D0 has been damaged. It's the only port that supports the roomba. Contact Us and ask for a replacement chip