FAQ

Q1: NO MicroPython(Raspberry Pi Pico) Interpreter Option on Thonny IDE?

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  • Check that your Pico is plugged into your computer via a USB cable.

  • Check that you have installed MicroPython for Pico (Installing MicroPython).

  • The Raspberry Pi Pico interpreter is only available in version 3.3.3 or higher version of Thonny. If you are running an older version, please update (Thonny Python IDE).

  • Plug in/out the micro USB cable sveral times.

Q2: Cannot open Pico code or save code to Pico via Thonny IDE?

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  • Check that your Pico is plugged into your computer via a USB cable.

  • Check that you have selected the Interpreter as MicroPython (Raspberry Pi Pico).

Q3: Can Raspberry Pi Pico be used on Thonny and Arduino at the same time?

NO, you need to do some different operations.

  • If you used it on Arduino first, and now you want to use it on Thonny IDE, you need to Installing MicroPython on it.

  • If you used it on Thonny first, and now you want to use it on Arduino IDE, you need to Setup the Raspberry Pi Pico .