I remember having that - search the esp32 gitter channel for a reference to header packet - something might come up....
This is what you wrote there:
Then your timing is off - run the script again and push the boot button
I just did a flash at --baud 460800 and it seemed to work fine.
I tried pushing the Io0 button, and re run esptool.py but it does not help. Any other idea?
Attached a pucture about the board.
It does seem to be one of those things that depends on how you hold you tongue!
Hold down reset and io0 and then release reset - keeping io0 down. You should be in boot loader mode then
Is there an advantage to using Espruino vs Eclipse for the ESP32 development? Is there any native functionality that gets lost?
I'm not using Eclipse, as long as you can edit the source files you can use anything!
@Wilberforce Thanks for the reply. I was under the impression that once you started messing with various IDEs you might loose some modules or features of the chip. Thanks.
Here the latest ESP32 build updated to 1v91.381
Please note that partitions have might have changed since the last update, detailed in README_flash.txt in the tgz file
You might need to /eraseflash too.
@Wilberforce The ESP32 build works well. Cheers.
With the update I am ready to take the esrpuino plunge on my ESP32. Previously I have only used it for light weight development on the Esp8266. The chip will still have I2C, UART, PWM and control neopixels night? Do I need to find js libraries instead of C libraries for special operations?
There is fully completed firmware for esp32? There is any troubles with running code on it? All features of espruino is compatible with esp32?
Thanks for the fast reply.
@PressAnyKey, there's a port in progress. @Wilberforce and @JumJum are leading it. You can also get them on the gitter channel here https://gitter.im/espruino/esp32
I like wemos d1 with ESP8266 so I thought that getting wemos built esp32 board would be good as it also has 4MB flash available. See https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=AS_20170420235556&SearchText=LoLin32 Would this be a good board to get to start playing with the ESP32 Espruino?
All of the esp32 boards I have seen are 4mb - because of the RTOS and libs, the firmware is bigger so you need that size. I have heard good things about the wemos esp8266 too, but have had not direct experience. I think it should be suitable.
I just recieved my esp32 supporting board, soldered ESP-32S (blue one).
when powering up i got this in a serial terminal:
The last line is repeating...
I press the reset and io0 and then release the reset, then io0, in serial terminal i got this:
Then I try to flash it:
What I'm doing wrong?