@Lazar-Demin that should be fixed in the Omega2 bootloader. Only Phy0 is usable in the Omega2, so it makes no sense to enable Phy1..4 at all. With the Omega2S, the other Phys can be used but still I think the bootloader should only enable the port it actually uses (Phy0) and leave the others in GPIO mode.
Stationary Mode (this is one of the three different modes)
The Power Dock will still work when the battery is disconnected and the Power Dock is receiving power just from the Micro USB cable.
Checking the Battery Level
The power-dock2 application allows you to turn on the Battery Level indicator LEDs as well as output the current voltage of the battery on the screen.
You can monitor the voltage on the command line while it is in Battery mode or Stationary mode.
I think this remote sensing is one of the few unique features in the World of the Power Dock 2 ;-)
@Victor-Iriciuc Victor, glad you found the ticket system. and you are correct to post here in the forum to discuss the current status of your issue. i was just saying that to get official help you need to enter your device in the system. be sure to list url's of any threads you tried to get help in. the onion admins can then read up on the status of any help that was discussed and hopefully make additional comments and/or suggestions.
@Joan-Iglesias there have been several posters that have reported using official sources so i would imagine that if you get the sources they will work. most official releases were for the most part at one time snapshots and official releases certainly continue to have some bugs and may themselves be unreliable.
So you have an Omega2(+) with FW 0.1.10 b160 and an Arduino Dock 2.
Please execute a Factory Reset and setup Onion's Wifi network correctly again.
opkg install arduino-dock-2
Omega and your PC are connected to the same Wifi network and can reach the Internet.
The Arduino IDE has already installed on your PC and set up almost correctly.
Please read again the Onion Omega2 Documentation's Flashing the Arduino Dock part more carefully.
Please check especially this part Installing the Arduino Dock Device Profile
Click OK, then go to Tools -> Boards -> Board Manager (at the top of the menu). In the search bar, type “Onion” and hit Enter. When the Onion Arduino Dock entry pops up, click on Install.
Please select in the Arduino IDE -> Tools menu:
Board: "Onion Arduino Dock"
Port: "Omega-ABCD at IP_address(Arduino/Genuino Uno)"
Arduino IDE 1.8.0 on Ubuntu 17.04
Done. Now please try to flash a sketch: Arduino IDE -> Verify -> Upload ...
do anyone did this ? flash the ArduinoDock2 from Onion2 while the onion is currently on that dock ?
Arduino Dock Initial Setup is an old tutorial for the previous ("the original") Omega version and the previous Arduino Dock.
Use it carefully with Omega2(+) and its Docks - don't forget the 5V to 3.3V level shifting!
@Arun-Kapur I don't see any problem with the C code I have pointed you to.
I have personally tested the C code to work as expected on my Omega2+ for UART1 on 115200 Baud (8N1 standard config, non-blocking).The receiving side is a USB-Serial converter on my Windows 10 system. Connections are already listed in the documentation (GND, RX1, TX1).