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setup_arduino_ide_for_esp8266 [10.03.2018 04:40]
Pascal Suter created
setup_arduino_ide_for_esp8266 [10.03.2018 05:16]
Pascal Suter
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   - start your arduino IDE and go to ''​File->​preferences''​ and add this to //​Additional Boards Manger URLs//: ​ ''​http://​arduino.esp8266.com/​stable/​package_esp8266com_index.json''​   - start your arduino IDE and go to ''​File->​preferences''​ and add this to //​Additional Boards Manger URLs//: ​ ''​http://​arduino.esp8266.com/​stable/​package_esp8266com_index.json''​
   - select OK and go to ''​Tools-Boards...-Boards Manager...''​ and enter ''​ESP''​ into the search. now install the ''​esp8266''​ module and close that window. ​   - select OK and go to ''​Tools-Boards...-Boards Manager...''​ and enter ''​ESP''​ into the search. now install the ''​esp8266''​ module and close that window. ​
 +  - for generic ESP boards verify your settings under Tools are like these: <​code>​
 +Board: "​Generic ESP8266 Module" ​ <<<<​!!!!
 +Flash Mode: "​DOUT" ​ <<<<​!!!!
 +Flash Size: "1M (no SPIFFS)" ​ <<<<​!!!!
 +Debug Port: "​Disabled"​
 +Debug Level: "​None"​
 +LwIP Variant: "v1.4 Prebuilt"​ <<<<​!!!
 +Reset Method: "​ck"​
 +Crystal Frequency: "26 MHz"
 +Flash Frequency: "​40MHz"​
 +Upload Using: "​Serial"​
 +CPU Frequency: "80 MHz"
 +Upload Speed: "​115200"​
 +Port: Your COM port connected to sonoff
 +</​code>​
 +  - for the Wimos D1 mini boards I used these settings (despite mine was called D1 mini and there is also a board setting for the mini, but it didn't upload the sketch when it got bigger than a very small size): <​code>​
 +Board: "Wemos D1 R2"
 +Flash Size: "4M (1M SPIFFS)"​
 +</​code>​ leave the rest to the defaults