That's what I've been using - and it works until it gets powercycled, and then it fails....
What baud rate is the debug output it's barfing coming out at?
choose this statement http://forum.espruino.com/comments/14021236/ to flash the distributed firmware from directory espruino_1v95_esp8266_4mb
Thanks, it seems to be working now. I still feel almost certain I flashed it using the same files and same command, and had it not work previously.
hi, i whana try flash my esp8266_4M over wifi, but how add 4MB-c1 parameter on command line from file wiflash.sh?
sh wiflash.sh 192.168.1.3:88 espruino_esp8266_user1.bin espruino_esp8266_user2.bin
I don't think you need to specify that when flashing over wifi (my understanding is that it continues using whatever settings it was last manually flashed with) - just like you don't specify 4MB when flashing over wifi.
yes. At first attempt unsuccessed flash it whas problem by wifi connection. Seccond attemp it is successful. Thanks
Yes, ota.c reads the used flash map and saves the upload files at the specific address.
Does this mean that one can t do Wi-Fi update from ones that use 4MB to 4MB-c1?
Correct, wiflash.sh sticks to flash map used with esptool.py.
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