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Yes, shouldn't be a problem. You might need to make small adjustments in the wiring or code. You can ask here or on our forum - https://talk.circuito.io/ if you run into any issues.
Hey, can you provide a bit more details? Which step doesn't work? Have you checked that you connected everything properly and that the COM and port are defined correctly?
Hey, yeah, it can be confusing... What you need to do is:
1. click this link - https://www.circuito.io/app?components=10333,11113,9088,9442
2. Download the code from the "code" tab
3. Upload the code to the Arduino IDE
4. Open the serial monitor and test the circuit
Then, after you check that everything is working properly -
5. Copy the code from this tutorial and replace it with the code in the firmware.ino (leaving the pin definitions and include.libraries).
I hope this is more clear :)
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