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    I bought a Somo14 that works perfectly.
    Unfortunately I have a few basics of programming.
    I have a PIC 16F876A.
    I know a little of BASIC code and i don't understand how to transmit the data serially (bit banging).
    Have you the ability to write a few lines of BASIC code? (mikroBASIC if possible), to understand how:
    send a single song.
    send a pause command.
    send a volume setting.
    manage busy.

    Thank you.

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    Try the following link, there is source code posted by one of the forum members,
    http://4d.websitetoolbox.com/post?id=3826190

    Hope it will help...
    -Bilal

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      Yes thanks, the link was very helpful to me.


      Now I'm doing the porting to the mikroBASIC.
      I'm trying to create a little routine "reset":

      reset:
      portc.3 = 0
      delay_ms (50)
      portc.3 = 1
      return

      This code is inserted immediately after the variable declaration and initialization of the ports of the PIC:
      (PORTC = 0)
      (TrisC =% 00000100)
      (gosub reset)

      the problem is that the SOMO is not reset.
      Do not start anything.
      If I measure the pin of the "reset" with an oscilloscope, I notice that the voltage remains at 0.6 volts (600mV).
      If I remove the wire of the reset, I notice that the voltage drops to 0 volts.

      Do you have any advice?





      Thank you.
      Andy
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