I bought a Blend Micro (an Arduino Micro with Bluetooth) a few months ago, and after my first experimentation with uploading the Blink sketch something went wrong with the USB connection--it would supply power, but no computer (Windows, OS X or Linux) would show it as a USB device, and Windows would complain that the device was somehow damaged. Anyway, when I plug the board in, it still boots up and runs "Blink" so I'd like to try to still use it.
I have a USB-to-FTDI cable, and it would seem fairly straight-forward to use that, but I'm a little uncertain to the appropriate wiring and whether I would need to tell the Arduino software somehow that I was using FTDI.
I can figure out these connections: (I think)
- black to ground
- red to 5V (VIN?)
- orange to RX
- yellow to TX
What about green and brown? Do one of those go to RST (Brown?) and MOSI (Green?)
I figured I would ask before accidentally burning something out.