Installation and setup

Welcome to the Ringo Arduino setup guide!

We'll use Arduino IDE to teach you how to upload code to your Ringo, so let's get started.


Before starting make sure to download and install the latest Arduino IDE available. You can do that right here. If you don't have the latest version, make sure to update it before proceeding.

After you download and install Arduino IDE, you should install the Ringo board.

Here's how to do that:
  1. Open the Arduino IDE
  2. Go to File -> Preferences -> Settings
  3. Select "None" under Compiler warnings and add the following URL under Additional board Manager:  


  4. Close the preferences by clicking OK
  5. Open the Board Manager under Tools -> Board -> Boards Manager
  6. Type 'CircuitMess' in the search bar
  7. Click the Install button on the CircuitMess ESP32 Boards package

Then go to Tools -> Board -> Circuimess ESP32 Boards, and select Ringo from the dropdown menu.