today I tried to update the firmware of the CyberPi belonging to my mBot2.
First I connected the mBot2 to the mBlock V5.4.3 running on a Windows PC. Connection was established via USB-C, I could execute commands / upload programs. From settings in the mBlock Software I selected Firmware update. This ended in a boot loop of the CyberPi. However I could break the loop by turning the CyberPi off and on again.
So I configured Wifi and selected “Firmware update” in the CyberPi Menu. Now, when I switch it on, I see on the CyberPi screen the logo “cyberpi”, a progress bar that is not moving, and “Connecting…”. After maybe half a minute, it switches to “Updating…”, and then after a few seconds to “Fail to connect”. If I push a button, the process starts again, with the same result.
Neither pressing any buttons nor restarting the cyberpi lets me escape the loop.
The mBlock software still says it is connected to the CyberPi, however I cannot upload any programs, and I cannot execute live commands.
What can I do to restore the cyberpi?
My problem seems to be similar to Cyperpi stuck in firmware update screen. Continous loop, which seems not to have been resolved.
Thank you for your help!