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  • Builds are now available from the Espruino Download Page

    You can get up and running quickly:

    • Download esptool from here
    • Download the latest firmwares and unzip espruino_1vXX_esp8266_combined_512.bin
    • Put the ESP8266 into bootloader mode: use the flash button if there is one, or connect GPIO2 to 3.3v, and then power on your board (or reset it)
    • Run:

      ./ --port /dev/ttyUSB0 write_flash 0 espruino_1vXX_esp8266_combined_512.bin

    Replace /dev/ttyUSB0 with the communications port the ESP8266 is connected to.

    Note: If you have a non-512kB board (pretty much anything that's not an ESP01) then this won't be ideal as it's slower and you can't do OTA updates (see the next post) - however it should work and should get you started quite quickly. If you want to do it properly have to follow the real instructions.


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