• Frida - look at your test results again - your logs above show the problem occuring!

    You started with the first two bytes on the EEPROM being [99,55], then you wrote [55,99] to those bytes - and then read it back out and those two bytes were still [99,55] - just like what I see: Write doesn't work!

  • Paul is writing to offset 2 eeprom.write(2,[55,99]), I also missed this on first sight :)


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