I saw the forum related to the battery however I'm still a bit confused. I'm not sure if the post is for the Nybble or Bittle. The USB to micro USB cable that came with Bittle can be plugged into the battery as well. And the power that comes out of USB port on a PC is 5V and 0.9A so why can't we use the USB port on the PC to power up the battery on Bittle?
I ended up getting this https://leeselectronic.com/en/product/1111-raspberry-pi-power-supply-5v-1a-usb-port.html Is this the right charger for charging Bittle? Along side with the USB to micro USB cable that came with Bittle.
No you didn’t write anywhere to not use the USB port. I did try using the USB port but it took a while and the battery light is still red. So I‘m guessing in this case I will just wait for the 5v 1A charger I bought. thank you!
Yes, you can charge from the USB port, but in a few cases it may draw overcurrent so you have to try. Did we write anywhere that you should not charge from the USB port?