I have a ESP32 PICO-KIT_V4 board.
I followed your instructions and all went fine until I tried to connect it to the Arduino IDE.
A error message stating ” No valid hardware definitions found in folder espressif.esp32″
What am I doing wrong or is the MCU on this board not compatible?
i had the same warning
to resolve it i unistall the ide and reinstall it
i also run run the git gui as administrator and i followed the steps in the courses
hope it will help you
Hi Gary, I would follow Emmanuel’s advice.
I’ll be updating the Unit to show how to run the Git GUI software as an administrator, because depending on your Arduino IDE location you might need admin permission. Basically right-click with your mouse on the Git GUI icon and select “run as administrator”.
I would also run the get.exe file as an admin.
Let us know your results.