I am unable to get the ESP32 image (V2.04 or V1.99) to run on M5StickC.
It will stay up for about 2 mins, then cycles into infinite loop. Based on some googleing I believe the solution might be that I have to compile my own build without he PSRAM option?
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ýE (518) psram: ESP32PICOD4 do not support psram yet
E (518) spiram: SPI RAM enabled but initialization failed. Bailing out.
I think the M5 Stick doesn't have PSRAM at all. But still, should work without it.
Does it work for two minutes? If yes, than it might be a hardware issue (bad solder joint, dodgy cable, or anything like that) that only shows up when the board heats up.
Can you verify the hardware with arduino or micropython?
The module is able to run arduino sketches for 10+ minutes. I have a second module that I could test.
I'll test it. I have one at home. I haven't been able to flash it. It always tries and never connects. Did you have this issue WIll?
I am able to flash it. The key change is to set baud to 115k.
Curious to know if you made any progress, having the exact same issue on a M5StickC..
@user111255 which version did you tried and how did you flashed?
Can you please share some WebIDE output how your device behaves.
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