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Raspberry Pi Zero W Wireless Projects by Vasilis Tzivaras

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Before you get started, you have to connect the Sense HAT module with your Raspberry Pi Zero W. Usually, Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W come with non-soldered pins, so, if you haven't changed anything and haven't installed anything else, you will probably have to solder a GPIO pin extension to which you can install your Sense HAT easily. It is really up to you to set up this module, depending on your project and your hardware.

To start, let's update our Raspberry Pi Zero W board with the latest programs and updates. In the Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W board, there are some issues, and updates are necessary. First, run the following command to update your Raspberry with the latest packages:

sudo apt-get update  

 Now, run the ...

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