I was able to build and flash the
at_client sample (and I found a SparkFun-specific board string), and I used the load & monitor function. I can see the output in the VS Code terminal:
Connected to /dev/tty.usbserial-1430!
*** Booting Zephyr OS build v2.6.99-ncs1-1 ***
The AT host sample started
But it doesn’t respond to me typing “at” at all. Not sure if I should be able to do that in the VS Code Terminal or not.
UPDATE: I connected to the Thing+ using
screen in a Terminal.app window and I can send it AT commands. Now to figure out how to actually connect to LTE…
Also: I don’t think I have the nRF Connect app and tools installed (like the LTE Link Monitor) after running through your setup instructions, is that right? Or did your VS Code extension install those? I can’t seem to find them via Spotlight.