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1.4 Upload the Libraries to Pico

In some projects, you will need additional libraries. So here we upload these libraries to Raspberry Pi Pico W first, and then we can run the code directly later.

  1. Download the relevant code from the link below.

  2. Open Thonny IDE and plug the Pico into your computer with a micro USB cable and click on the “MicroPython (Raspberry Pi Pico).COMXX” interpreter in the bottom right corner.

  3. In the top navigation bar, click View -> Files.

  4. Switch the path to the folder where you downloaded the code package before, and then go to the kepler-kit-main/libs folder.

  5. Select all the files or folders in the libs/ folder, right-click and click Upload to, it will take a while to upload.

  6. Now you will see the files you just uploaded inside your drive Raspberry Pi Pico.