2 Burning and Updating Firmwares

Tutorial Video: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1Qr4y1N7B5/

2.1 Burning M5Stack-basic Firmwares

Notice: PI version is not required to burn M5Stack-basic firmwares

Step 1: Connect M5Stack-basic with PC with USB.


Step 2: Select USB Port. After connecting with PC, USB Port shows M5Stack-basic. The figure below takes myPalletizer 260 M5 as an example.


  • Click on LOGIN-> M5Stack-basic, and then you can burn firmwares.

Notice: As 280 PI/Jetson nano/Arduino versions do not have M5Stack-basic, the USB Port cannot show anything after connection.


2.2 Burning Atom Firmware

Step 1: Connect Atom with PC with USB.


Step 2: Select ATOM at Board, and then burn AtomMain. The picture below takes myCobot 320 as an example.


2.3 Firmware Burning for myCobot 320 series

M5Stack-basic and picoMain are required to be burnt on myCobot 320 series. It should be noted that the two firmwares are burnt by different type-c interfaces.

1.Burning M5Stack-basic: miniRobot

Step 1: Connect M5Stack-basic and PC.


Step 2: Select the 320 series, language and region, and then click on LOGIN.

Step 3: Click on Basic, and select minirobot to burn.

2.Burning Pico Firmware: picoMain

Step 1: Connect M5Stack-basic with PC.

Step 2: Select Flash (press UP once or DOWN four times), and then the screen goes dark for approximately 30 seconds.

Step 3: select picoMain to burn via myStudio.

Notice: picoMain is required to be burnt during the sleep period of Flash mode. Otherwise it may fail to burn picoMain.

2.4 myAGV Firmware burning

1.Burning Pico Firmware: picoMain

Step 1: Turn on the computer and connect the screen.

For detailed tutorials, please refer to:2.5.1 First-time Use · GitBook (elephantrobotics.com)

Step 2: Select the myAGV image, select the model language and region, and click to log in.

Step 3: After logging in, click 'Basic' and select picoMain to burn.

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