I cannot manage to run debugger on the microcontroller I’m using. The microcontroller is based on esp32-s3, in particular it is this one: GitHub - Xinyuan-LilyGO/T-RGB. I start to think that maybe its not even possible on that particular board.
Error: libusb_open() failed with LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED
Error: libusb_open() failed with LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_FOUND
Error: esp_usb_jtag: could not find or open device!
This looks like the access through USB port is not working, so I added to configuration file this line: debug_port = COM6
It looked more promissing, as after the build (before upload) it taken some time before it responded. However, after about a minute it ended with this error message:
Thank you (and Eduardo) for trying to help
The step by step guideline is pretty good. I did follow it, but ended at step 4.
I see something strange locally which very well can be behind the whole problem. When setting the ports with Zadig tool, I end up with this:
The “USB-JTAG/serial debug unit(Interface 0)” on COM6 seems to be correct, exactly as described in the guideline. But according to the guideline I should see something like “USB-Enhanced-SERIAL CH323” on a different COM. And this is what I don’t see, even though I completed the install with Zadig on “interface 2” and target “WinUSB” before.
So consequently I had to use the same COM for both upload and monitor port like this:
Thank you for the answer, Zapta! When you say serial port 0, you mean UART0, right? I do use Zadig tool (I followed the above reference) - from what I understand it can map the UART port to COM. But while in the reference Eduardo managed to map 2 COM ports, I managed only one - I’m missing the “USB-Enhanced-SERIAL CH323”.