I'm building a toy car for my nephew. I want to drive a small DC motor with a Raspberry Pico with a DRV8833 motor controller. The controller is powered through the Pico. I seems fine, there is voltage between its GND and VCC pins and it also lights up. I send high voltage through the GPIO16 of the Pico to the IN1 (or IN3, tried both) of the controller and low through GPIO17 to IN2 (or IN4) this should drive the motor forward through the output pins. Unfortunately no matter what I do there's no voltage at all on the out pins (neither between OUT1 and OUT2 or OUT3 and OUT4). I tested a 2nd unit of the controller to see if the first one was faulty, no luck.
(Notice that the motor on the picture is on the wrong output, nevertheless I''m testing voltage with the multimeter on all outputs)