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You can use the EV3 bluetooth blocks in the blue tab of the programming software. One thing though: The two bricks have to have different names. Like "Kim" and "John". Check the EV3 help too.
If you need to change something that is setup in the "My Block Builder" dialog box like the default value or min and max values for a slider, then yes, you need to create a new My Block. This is easy though. Just select everything in the existing My Block except for the Input Parameter block, the Output Parameter block and the Start block and then select ...
Both of your examples are working for me. In the Bluetooth settings on the EV3, make sure "iPhone/iPad/iPod" is not checked.
B. Stay with OS X Mavericks. I can confirm that bluetooth no longer works with Yosemite. Spent two hours trying to make it work, but in vain.
I have run the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 software successfully on Yosemite Beta for a couple weeks. The only problem I have had is that I cannot get Bluetooth to work. The bluetooth problem appears to be at the OS level rather than a software compatibility issue though. Update: I reported this to Apple via https://bugreport.apple.com. It was marked as a ...
I made an IDE available on a simple wibsite at the following address: http://jasvap.somee.com ( use this to see a screenshot ) If the above link doens't work you can download it from my OneDrive disk (preferable): http://1drv.ms/1yJi3cp (use this to download the program ) Please read the README.txt file that will appear when you open the program!!! ...
Try pairing it while the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 software is closed using Bluetooth in System Settings. Then open the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 software and try to connect.
Disclaimer: I have never used the EV3 interface, only the text based programming languages for the NXT. Therefore I might be proven wrong. I need a reliable way to read the gyro sensor readings I think the gyro sensor should have come with the appropriate instructions to do that. If not, you can find many tutorials online, such as this: ...
Is that the whole error message or are there more lines to it? You could always try copying and pasting your project pieces into a new project, hoping that the project file itself got corrupted in some way. It also might be possible that some of your custom blocks have errors in them. If none of these work for you, then try to isolate the source of the ...
You need to purchase the EV3 Education version of the software. It includes the EV3 Education version firmware. EV3 Education Software (single user licence) EV3 Software v1.1 Update (includes v1.06E firmware update)
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