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Clearing the I2C bus after an error 
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Post Clearing the I2C bus after an error
Hey there,

I have a program that seems to cause I2C bus errors. I wouldn't mind so much if it weren't for the fact that if I start another program that uses I2C, it will still get the I2C bus error. How can I clear the status of the bus? I need to either reset or switch off the brick to clear this. I don't really like that, tbh.

I am using 1.40RC3 but I've seen the same problem in 1.38beta1.

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Can you share the code that is causing the issue?

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Hey there,

You can find the offending code here:
http://www.education.rec.ri.cmu.edu/too ... php?id=220 , they're attached to the report.

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