Raspberry Pi Pico
|Interface||Hardware Supported||TinyGo Support|
Machine Package Docs
The Pico comes with the UF2 bootloader already installed.
Plug your Pico into your computer’s USB port while holding down the RESET button on the board.
One plugged in, release the RESET button.
Flash your TinyGo program to the board using this command:
tinygo flash -target=pico [PATH TO YOUR PROGRAM]
The Pico board should restart and then begin running your program.
Any troubleshooting tips go here.
You cannot yet use the USB port to the Pico as a serial port. Instead
UART0 refers to the TX/RX pins on the board itself.
You can refer to getting started with Raspberry Pi Pico documentation on how to connect two Picos together (see Appendix A: Using Picoprobe) to debug and convert
UART0 output on target pico to USB output on picoprobe. You will need the Picoprobe UF2, available on the Pico’s website under “About” tab.