#WINDOWS10 – W10 #IoT Core update and new deploy process

Hola!

New post for Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi 2 series

1. Hardware and software

2. Boot from SD card in the device (obsolete)

3. Hello World mode!

4. Visual Studio deployment process and Web Management app

5. Hello Blinky !!!

6. Some admin tasks, like change password and change name

7. List of connected devices in the Raspberry Pi 2

8. Deploy an app using the deploy package

9. Different behaviors for an App based on the app architecture

10. WindowsIoTCoreWatcher.exe does not start and how fix it

11. W10 #IoT Core update and new deploy process

A couple of days ago, there was an important update on the Windows IoT Core materials. If you are using Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi 2, you should update your local installation files and also review the deploy process for the SD Card *the one I described some months ago in the 2nd link).

Now you must perform the following steps

– Download the new ISO from this link.

– Mount the ISO, I get the F: disk 😉

– Run the msi file – installer

– If you already have tested this new Windows IoT core version, you’ll get the following message

Another version of this product is already installed. Installation of this version cannot continue. To configure or remove the existing version of this product, use Add/Remove Programs on the Control Panel.

– Is time to remove the old files

– And Start the installation of the new bits for Windows 10 Core Installer for Raspberry Pi 2

– Once the installation is complete, a cool tip is to remember the installation path [c:Program Files (x86)Microsoft IoT]

– Now we can create a new Windows 10 IoT Core image in the SD card for the Raspberry Pi 2. We need to launch the app WindowsIotImageHelper, which is “available” in the Installed programs section on the new Windows 10 Start Menu !!!

– I prefer to go directly to the installation path [c:Program Files (x86)Microsoft IoT] and launch the app.

– So, let’s select our SD card, and also we must select the correct image to be used from [C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft IoTFFURaspberryPi2flash.ffu]

– You have to be brave enough to go on …

– The app … launches the commands in a command prompt 😉

– And a couple of seconds later, we have a the new Windows 10 IoT core image in the SD to be used in our Raspberry PI 2

Saludos @ Madrid

/El Bruno

References

– Windows IoT Devices http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/GetStarted.htm

– Windows IoT Core Project Templates https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/06507e74-41cf-47b2-b7fe-8a2624202d36

– VIDEO English, Microsoft Virtual Academy, A developers Guide to Windows 10 http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/a-developers-guide-to-windows-10

– VIDEO Spanish, Windows 10 Developer Readiness [Spain] https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MVP-Virtual-Conference/Windows-10-Developer-Readiness-Powered-by-MVPs/Spain

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#WINDOWS10 – Actualización en W10 IoT Core y nuevo proceso de instalación

Hola!

Nuevo post para la serie de Windows 10 y Raspberry Pi 2

1. Hardware y software

2. Montando la SD en el device (obsolete)

3. Ahora si el Hello World !

4. Sobre el proceso de despliegue desde VS y Web Management app

5. Hello Blinky !!! (5 de N)

6. Acciones de administrador, cambiar Password, cambiar nombre, etc.

7. Accediendo a los Devices conectados

8. Desplegando una app desde un paquete

9. Diferentes comportamientos en base arquitectura de la app

10. Solucionar el problema de arranque de WindowsIoTCoreWatcher.exe

11. Actualización en W10 IoT Core y nuevo proceso de instalación

Hace un par de días, se actualizaron los materiales de Windows IoT Core. Si trabajas con Windows 10 y Raspberry Pi 2, es muy probable que los pasos que sigas para montar la SD de booteo de tu device sean los que comento en el 2do link. Ahora estos han cambiado y son los siguientes

– Descargar la ISO desde este link.

– Montar la ISO como un disco local, en mi caso el disco F

– Lanzar el instalador

– Si estas probando versiones de prueba, seguramente te pedirán que desinstales las anteriores con el siguiente mensaje

Another version of this product is already installed. Installation of this version cannot continue. To configure or remove the existing version of this product, use Add/Remove Programs on the Control Panel.

– Pues a desinstalar

– Ahora sí, ya podemos instalar Windows 10 Core Installer para Raspberry Pi 2

– Es importante recordar el path de instalación por defecto [c:Program Files (x86)Microsoft IoT]

– Ahora ya podemos lanzar el asistente para grabar la tarjeta SD para utilizar en la Raspberry Pi 2. El mismo se llama WindowsIotImageHelper. Se puede acceder desde la lista de programas instalados

– O en el path de instalación por defecto [c:Program Files (x86)Microsoft IoT] veremos el ejecutable.

– Insertamos nuestra tarjeta SD y seleccionamos la ubicación por defecto de la imagen para el disco [C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft IoTFFURaspberryPi2flash.ffu]

– Un par de advertencias para cobardes

– Y vemos que en realidad esta app, lanza los comandos que conocemos

РUn par de segundos despu̩s, ya podemos poner la SD en nuestra Raspberry PI 2 y comenzar a probar el nuevo Windows 10 IoT Core

Saludos @ Madrid

/El Bruno

References

– Windows IoT Devices http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/GetStarted.htm

– Windows IoT Core Project Templates https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/06507e74-41cf-47b2-b7fe-8a2624202d36

– VIDEO English, Microsoft Virtual Academy, A developers Guide to Windows 10 http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/a-developers-guide-to-windows-10

– VIDEO Spanish, Windows 10 Developer Readiness [Spain] https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MVP-Virtual-Conference/Windows-10-Developer-Readiness-Powered-by-MVPs/Spain