This is the code I use for an ESP32 with MAX7219. Relevant init code at the end.
@PiOfThings The most reliable setup for me remains Pi3 and Pi4. Still using abandonware/noble.
Just a word of warning that Noble is currently unmaintained and does not work with the most recent versions of Node.js.
This version works quite well on Mac and Linux: https://github.com/abandonware/noble (less so on Windows)
And this version still seems to be ok on Windows despite lack of updates: https://github.com/jasongin/noble-uwp
Just confirming that both Flappy Bird and Hypno Rings are working on the latest nightly build. Thanks again Gordon.
Thanks Gordon! Mostly using stock morphing clock but had big clock on one device. I'll test latest build today.
I had zero success with Gadgetbridge until today when I realised the version on the Play Store is 0.3x whilst I needed 0.4x :-) Working brilliantly now. Love it!
Thanks Gordon. Possibly related, as it uses the screen heavily - Jhey's Hypno Rings app now causes a hard crash of the watch when launched even tho he hasn't changed the code since NCEU. Have to reboot watch after launching. I think it gets as far as displaying one pixel. Tried it as copy/paste in REPL and it causes the same crash with no errors shown. Also crashes emulator and causes Chrome tab to hang.
Using the latest from the download page (several versions over the past 2 weeks or so). Also tried most recent nightly.
Annnnd confirmed. It's the Settings App. As soon as I installed it, Flappy Bird stopped working. Interestingly the opposite happened with Morphing Clock. Didn't work until I re-installed Settings.
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