micro:bit error codes and what they mean
Your micro:bit may encounter a situation that prevents it from running your code. When this happens, a frowny face will appear on your micro:bit screen followed by an error number.
Whenever this happens, you should:
- Press the reset button on the back of the device to restart your program.
- Flash the script to your micro:bit again.
If the problem persists please report the issue to us.
Here is a list of error numbers and what they mean:
|Error number||What this means|
|10||The micro:bit's I2C bus is not working. The device might be physically damaged.|
|20||There is no free memory on the micro:bit. Your program might be too complex or contain a lot of large variables. Try reducing your code by making functions out of large sections.|
|30||Corruption detected in the micro:bit heap space (memory allocated usually for the storage of variables). Try flashing a different .hex file to your device|
|40||Your micro:bit can't execute your script properly. Flash a different .hex file to it, then try flashing and running your previous script again.|
|42||Your micro:bit can't execute your script properly. Flash a different .hex file to it, then try flashing and running your previous script again.|
|43||An error occurred with the micro:bit's radio component.|
|50||An error occurred with the micro:bit's accelerometer component.|
|51||An error occurred with the micro:bit's magnetometer component.|
|98||Assertion failed. A MakeCode error that occurs when the condition in an assert was false.|