techpaul wrote:Where abouts are you as someone may be close by with a scope to measure what is happening and possibly have another Pi that can be used
Adelaide, Australia. We have a Hackerspace here, I've considered asking if anyone there can help - but it can be tough with a young family.
If someone in Adelaide area with a digital scope can help this poster, it would be appreciated. It would greatly help if they have a scope that can capture a trace so that can be sent to the designer to show what is happening on I2C at power up and during i2cdetect.
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