I’m following the Arduino IDE guide here: https://www.circuitmess.com/resources/guides/en/installing-ringo-for-arduino/creating-with-ringo-and-arduino
I’m on step 8: connecting the Ringo phone to the computer. When I set the board to “Arduino Uno”, the bottom right says “Arduino Uno on /dev/cu/SOC”. When I change the board to Ringo (after installing the add-in), I see “Ringo by CircuitMess, Minimal SPIFFS (Large APPS with OTA), 80MHz, 921600, None on /dev/cu.SOC”. I can’t change the settings under Upload Speed or Flash Frequency. What do I need to do to get the IDE to find the phone?
Update: When I pull up the System Report, the phone isn’t listed under the USB section. So it looks like it’s not being recognized at all. I have tried multiple physical ports. I’m using a USB-A to USB-C connector that works for my web cam. But the phone lights up and charges when it’s plugged into the USB.
I’m using MacOS Catalina 10.15.7