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Re: What if you have a Mac
« Reply #15 on: July 05, 2016, 04:57:00 pm »
There were some issues with the update from USB, a lot of USB sticks reports a high max current consumption and in that case the mcGateway closed the negotiation.
This should be fixed in the latest bootloader and I think that the latest shipment from mcThings was updated to that version.
But I guess you have the old one, then you need to test with another USB stick.

Make sure that you download the correct file, do not change the name of the file.

Hold the button during boot until the LED blinks three times then release it. The LED should now be on for maybe 5-7 seconds, that means mcGateway is updating the firmware if the LED starts to blink within this time, then mcGateway does not accept that USB.