If you power your WisBlock via USB then as soon as power is applied, the board starts up and runs the installed program.
However, if you disconnect form USB and power the board using a battery, when the power is applied, the board starts up, but the installed program is not run until you press the reset button.
This is not very useful when the unit is deployed in a remote location and a solar panel attached for charging; it is entirely possible that the battery will be discharged so much so that the MCU will stop operating until such time as the solar charger is able to kick in. The issue then is that we need to press the reset button in order to reboot the board and run the installed program.
Does anyone have any work arounds for this?