La mia no conectaba de ninguna forma, hasta que me cargue el bot de mi naze y al probar a instalarlo no me dejaba. Tras buscar info pude hacerlo y al pasarle a mi sp3 probe el sistema de la naze y por fin pude.
Habia probado el manual Baudrate, puentear los pads y quitarlo como pone el manual, etc etc.
Puentear los pads y DEJARLOS PUENTEADOS. enchufar el USB Flashear, desconectar usb, desconectar el pad.
Mine does not connect in any way, until I upload my naze bot and try to not let me install it. After searching info I could do and happen to my sp3 system and try same the Naze and finally I could.
Had tasted the baud manual bypass and remove the pads and put the manual, etc etc.
I found this and work ok:
1) Get a friend, spouse, or offspring to help. You'll need an extra set of hands unless you want to solder the bootloader pins then remove the solder.2) Check the box for "No Reboot Sequence" in the Firmware Flasher section.3) Short the the bootlaoder pins and keep them shorted. I just held a pair of tweezers to both pads while my son did the following steps.4) Connect the USB to the computer (you should have already had the other end connected to the Naze32).5) Load the firmware and flash the file.6) When it says successful, then you can remove the short on the bootloader pads.7) Let out the breath you've been holding and relax. All is well.