How to Install Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 2



hey everyone it's Gus frump all my life up and in this tutorial I will be going through the process of installing Windows 10 on the Raspberry Pi this tutorial has been highly requested and it will take you through both installation in how to connect to the device at the time of this video you will need a computer running Windows 10 to be able to complete the installation process it may be a different way coming soon so you won't need Windows 10 another quick thing I should mention is you do require a Raspberry Pi 2 for this any other PI board is not compatible firstly download the Windows 10 IOT core from the Microsoft website if we head over to PI my life comm first and then find the Raspberry Pi Windows 10 IOT tutorial you can find a link straight to the download page here simply select download Windows 10 IOT core for Raspberry Pi 2 and the download should start once downloaded double-click the ISO or right-click and go now it this should automatically mount the I say as a virtual drive once that is done open up a virtual drive and double-click on the Windows 10 IOT core RDI to msi once that has installed a file called flash SF view should be installed at C colon backslash Program Files x86 backslash Microsoft IOT backslash FF e backslash raspberry pi to have install or automatically open the image helper this is the tool that we will use to write the micro SD card now eject the virtual disk from your computer to do this go back to my PC in file explorer and right-click on the virtual drive and select eject now insert the microSD card into a SD card reader now select your SD card in the program and then the ffu file we located earlier now click flash once that is done safely remove your SD card if you don't do this you may end up having a cropped SD card now insert the microSD card that we have just prepared into the Raspberry Pi to hook up the network cable hdmi keyboard mouse and finally the power supply now turn the power on to the PI and the Windows 10 IOT core OS will automatically boot this will take a few minutes for it to boot up completely once you see the windows logo the screen may go blank for a bit this is normal after this you will see a screen asking you to select your language just use the mouse to select an option or alternatively leaving it for about one to two minutes will have the system skip the screen once has finished booting you will see the default application that is installed on it this will display the IP address of your HP PI – it also has some info on too-tall such as a basic led tutorial this completes the installation of Windows 10 IOT onto Raspberry Pi 2 now I will go into some detail on how to connect and also how to install Visual Studio that you might want to use to deploy applications now there are three ways you're able to connect to your device I will quickly go through each of them now the first way of connecting is probably the easiest and that is to just connect to it in your browser first check that the device is in the IOT core watcher this application can be found at C colon backslash Program Files x86 backslash Microsoft IOT if it isn't listed then it is probably not connected to your network correctly double check your network connection if this is the case once you have confirmed that is all working correctly just into the PI's IP address with the port 8080 for example mine is 192.168.1.1 1 5 colon 8080 you will now prompt for a username and password for username is administrator and the password is p @ s SW 0 R D this will load up a device portal that contains configuration options and advanced diagnostic tools which will help you be able to troubleshoot and see some real-time performance of the PI in action another way you can connect is to use the powershell to connect using the Power Cells simply do the following first open up PowerShell s and admins traitor you can find PowerShell by searching PowerShell within windows to have it run as an administrator simply right-click and select run as administrator now first start the windows remote management by entering the following command net start win RM now enter the following command into the console replacing my IP address with your own IP address set – item WS man : backslash localized backslash client backslash trusted host space – value base then your IP once you have done this we can start a session with the device by entering the following command again replace my IP with your IP enter – PS session space – computer name your IP address space – credential space your IP address backslash administrator you will now prompt for a password into the default password p @ s SW 0 ID it may take up to 30 seconds to complete the connection now after roughly 30 seconds you should now be fully connected to the Raspberry Pi the last way to connect is by using SSH this is probably what you're already familiar with as this is how we control the pyromania in all the tutorials at palmer I thought comm so to connect using SSH do the following firstly download and install putty now in putty into the raspberry PI's IP address into the hostname and use port 22 if it is your first time visiting you'll get a security alert just click yes in order to continue it should now prompt you to enter a user name the default user name is administrator next it will prompt you to enter the password the default password is P at s SW 0 ID now that's all you need to do and you should now be logged in successfully if you want to learn more about SSH PowerShell the web GUI and any of the commands that you can use then be sure to check out Microsoft's documentation page finally if you want to start developing your own applications and start pushing them to your device then you're probably going to need to download a visual studio head over to their getting started age and you can find the link here on Palma life opcom download and install Visual Studio community 2015 on this page now this will take a while to install for me it took over 8 hours but it might have just been like really bad internet connection once that installed press launch it will take a couple of minutes to do the initial setup now if you want to make a new project you will notice that it doesn't have any IOT templates luckily we can download them from the getting started page so head back to the page that we were just on and click on the he link next to the Windows 10 IOT core project templates now click download once it is downloaded open and install now if we close and reopen the visual studio we will now see that there are IRT template projects to work with I am going to just pick a random one you will also need to activate developer mode on your Windows 10 device to do this just follow the prompts and then go back to visual studio once you're ready to deploy code to your device go out to the device and click the arrow now select remote machine and you now should be able to select the Windows 10 IOT device you should now be able such applications to the device if you need any more information then just head over to my full guide over at Palmolive opcom or head over to the Microsoft official web site where they have plenty of documentation I now hope that you have a working Windows 10 IOT install I will be looking at doing some cool projects that use this in the future now if I have missed anything you having troubles or anything else then be sure to drop a comment below or over at I my life up calm until next time have a good one looking for more pie projects to do check out these 21 awesome pie projects that anyone can do don't forget subscribe so you can stay up to date with the latest and greatest projects guides and much more

18 Comments

  1. Dharmendra Chauhan said:

    iot core image helper is shown in system

    June 30, 2019
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  2. Sourav Goswami said:

    Hello, I've no Windows PC. I use Linux mint on every PC. How do I flash my SD card with Windows 10 IOT for the latest version of raspberry pi 3?

    June 30, 2019
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  3. Pranav Ramesh said:

    1) Clear SD CARD as MS-DOS FAT
    2) Download NOOBS, and drag files to SD CARD.
    3) Take out card, and put it in the pi.
    4) It will boot with a os installation screen.
    5) Connect to internet
    6) Select the OS you want, Windows 10 iot core will be an option.

    June 30, 2019
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  4. Nishant Sahay said:

    link expired

    June 30, 2019
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  5. George TJ said:

    Is there a way to increase max usb current on RPi2 USB ports? I know one can do this on Debian but what about Windows ioT?

    June 30, 2019
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  6. Nate G said:

    he kinda sounds like mr.bean…

    June 30, 2019
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  7. Shinigami Lee said:

    Did a great job on this one.

    June 30, 2019
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  8. JDE said:

    Ok, I have finally installed the Windows 10 IOT core on my Pi 2 (but not the way that is described in this YouTube video) downloaded and installed Visual Studio, and now am trying to figure out how to configure everything, for example, how do I get an internet browser or music player to work on the Raspberry Pi 2, as well as, trying to figure out how to access the WiFi dongle I have plugged in and to get the networks to show up so I can pick mine and connect to it, etc…

    June 30, 2019
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  9. JDE said:

    I have tried many different techniques to get this IOT file to work on my Micro SD Card, as far as I know, I have done everything possible to extract this to the SD card, but every time I plug in the SD card into the Pi 2 I have not had any activity, no response, and no windows 10 IOT on my Pi working yet…I will keep looking for solutions, did not know this was going to be so difficult and different for every user…

    June 30, 2019
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  10. JaapioNL said:

    Cool, universal apps also work on this!

    June 30, 2019
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  11. Anh Nguyen said:

    what's wrong with your voice

    June 30, 2019
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  12. Uk Gamer said:

    This guy sounds like the star citizen creator.

    June 30, 2019
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  13. Andreas Adamski said:

    Das ist echt übel. Kann die Person auch langsam und deutlich sprechen.
    I dont undestand You.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    June 30, 2019
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  14. Ciryl K said:

    Thank you!!!!

    June 30, 2019
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  15. Alex Clarke said:

    we all use ssh – the excecutable
    not thinking PUTTY

    June 30, 2019
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  16. João Patrocinio said:

    Nice job

    June 30, 2019
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  17. wienerschnitzel wienerschnitzel said:

    great job

    June 30, 2019
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  18. Jigar Soni said:

    Headless configuration possible?

    June 30, 2019
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