Getting started

 

1. What is in the box?

  • 8 different modules
  • 2 big wheels
  • 1 small aux wheel
  • 7 connectors
  • Wired connector
  • 4 Lego adapters
  • Disconnection tool (it will help you disconnect modules and connectors)
  • USB cable
  • Quick start guide
  • Stickers


2. Where can I download the apps?

Robo Code app
AppStore Google Play

Robo Live app
AppStore | Google Play


3. How do I start?

This module is responsible for communicating with the app and all connected modules. Please start any project with the main module.


4. How do I connect to the App?

Make sure that Bluetooth on your smartphone or tablet is turned on. Turn the main module on. Open the app and connect your robot to your smartphone or tablet. Please note that it can take up to 20 seconds until the robot is visible as a Bluetooth device.

 

5. How do I update the firmware?

To update the firmware, please follow the steps on this page:

http://www.robowunderkind.com/firmware-update

We suggest to re-download your app after the firmware update to make sure you will get the full story built-in into our tutorial.

6. How do I go through tutorials in the Robo Code App?

After launching the app, go through the story slides, then follow the building instructions how to build your first robot. When the robot is built, you can start with the tutorial. Please note that each tutorial requires certain modules to be connected. To be able to proceed with the first tutorial, please follow the building instructions carefully. If your Robo is not responding or not seeing modules, try to press the modules back together properly. If this does not resolve the problem, try to completely separate the module(s) and then attach them again.

 

7. Where can I find more ideas what I can do with the robot?

Tutorials are designed to get you started with the principles of Robo Code App. We are working on developing more project ideas and tutorials in our app and on our Youtube channel.

Meanwhile, you can still use the pdf version of our old project book to get started:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6DFi_OmzXc5eUdjRTRnS3ZvbEE/view.

Please note that in the project’s book, the icons, the dashboard and the general user experience are different from that of your current app version. At the same time, you can use a couple of ideas for what combinations you could build with Robo cubes.