hi guys!DOES ANYONE HAVE RS MEDIA PERSONALITIES?? IF YOU DO PLEASE PLAEASE LEAVE THEM IN THE COMMENTS!!!
I recently found an old RSMedia robot, sadly without a remote. It won't boot though: when I turn it on, he moves a bit but then does nothing. The screen just shows Wowwee, flashes black and then loops doing that. I soldered some wires to it so I could access it via a serial connection, and when I connect to it, it also loops the following:
Press any key for alternate boot-up options ... 00
Copying kernel from Nand Flash to RAM ...
Booting kernel ...
Hi,Is there a way I can restore my Wowwee RS Media to factory settings from a Linux/OSX host?All the solutions I found so far require Windows 2000, Vista.Thanks!
I have a used RS media robot only for sale, no remote. Works good with the functions on robot. I have never had remote so not tested with remote. Will sell for Fair price.
I have tried to download the AUTOMONY app by FREDDYA for the RS MEDIA ROBOSAPIAN but it doesn't work. Any other location for this download?
I have no idea how or when this happened… but the mini USB port on my RS Media is just gone. See here:https://www.dropbox.com/s/1b6msxkl79sno8j/IMG_4081.jpg?dl=0I have not opened the robot yet. If I do, is this something that could be replaced / repaired? If so, does anyone have any ideas how?Thank you.
Hello Everyone I have an RS Media and I have a question. Everything seems for the most part to be running fine. There is only 1 thing that I am a bit confused about and hopefull someone can answer. I am new here so forgive me. When my RS is tracking a ball he says Balance Circuit Malfunction. Does anyone know what that means? and if you could help me I would appreciate it. Thanks again for all your help.
So I thought I was 'pro' and tried to add RSMV2 firmware to my RSM but then later realized I have the RSMV1 so what happend was it was saying it was working until application check then got error didn't do much from there now it powers up just has wowwee loading screen moves etc but no sound or anything on screen