May take a bit of troubleshooting to find the cause of this. Anything from a cellphone to a microwave oven can disrupt the signal.If the computer is on a wireless connection, see if using a wired connection improves the connection • Please run a full scan of the computer with an security program.• I have seen some security programs cause this to happen before. it might be the agent, before the new agent I could download games just fine, now it gets stuck, i'm trying to install battlenet, it keeps getting stuck on 16%.i'm using AV Adaware never gave me any trouble.I use logic-level FETs to perform the necessary inversion and level shifting of RX and TX and a 9-volt battery to generate voltages sufficient for most RS-232 ports on computers. The baudrate is set to 115200, which caused me some concern, since I had changed the baudrate of my RN4871.
Thanks to traversjames for your suggestions on going to page 43 of the PICtail manual.I've deleted the folders and tried again with no antivirus, still no luck. Hey all, I am sorry to see there is any issues updating/installing.There are several things that could get the updater to get stuck. • Please run the Blizzard App with the Run as Administrator option.• Delete these Blizzard App files here and here.• To be on the safe side make sure Windows and the drivers in the computer are up to date. • Wireless connections are not the most stable thing in the world.It does connect with my Android app and seems to work anyway.Actually, the destruction of the MAC address may not have been a result of the re-flashing but may have actually happened earlier in whatever event caused the chip to appear dead and need a flash update.