Intel Edison: trouble updating app

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I have the IoT XDK installed and the blink example loaded. The LED on pin 13 blinks!

I tried changing the interval from 1000ms to 100ms and then to 3000ms and reuploaded to the Edison. Still no change. This thing still blinks every second, the same as before. 

Am I doing something wrong?

Mar 4 in IoT (Internet of Things) by Upasana
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Try getting into the routine of ;

+ Stopping the app (the far right icon, the one you click to run the app) 

+ Then click the stop app icon (next to it on the left) 

+ Save my file 

+ Click upload 

+ Click run

answered Mar 4 by Shubham
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