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Rüdiger Hedgor posted new forum topic


I'm new to LEGO Spike Prime and I'm helping out a coach. He has multiple tablets with Android as operating system. We tried everything we could to transfer the projects from one tablet to another.

In the Spike App itself (version 2.0.8) you can export a project via Bluetooth which will then be saved as a .LLSP file. We tried to open it with the Spike Prime app without success. Is there a solution to that?

Thanks in advance


Nichole Gard posted new forum topic

I received some new BricQ Motion Essential kits for my classroom, and the kids (and me, too!) have enjoyed building with them. Have any of you utilized the lessons from the link below for BricQ Motion Essential? If so, any advice for starting from scratch with them?

Ryan Riess posted new forum topic

Hi Everyone!

I am a middle school Technology & Engineering teacher using spike prime kits in my robotics classes. I have looked before but I can't find any good python tutorials for the kits. I am having success using the scratch-based language with my 6 & 8th graders, but for my more advanced kids, I am trying to find some good resources to introduce them to Python. Programming is not my thing at all and while I can do scratch with no problem and some basic python for lego, doing ...

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But other teachers and classes have ...

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