I encountered a new issue with the Wemos Lolin C3 mini. Now I can no longer see its access point for the initial configuration. According to the log it should be there, log below. I cannot see the access point from other devices (laptop, cell phone), so I cannot configure the gateway. It happened after re-flashing it using the latest git development version. I tried erasing the flash.
Has anyone seen similar? How can I resolve it?
Is there another way to set the SSID/password of the home wifi? I found that I can configure MQTT and device name through build parameters. How about wifi?
Agreed, I just had a rather unconventional idea. We have been experimenting with the indicators. There is the definition of the SetupIndicators() function which consists of several lines and is called at every startup of OMG. Try to go back to automatic Wifi configuration and temporarily insert (!) a line
to the SetupIndicators. Run it once, reset or power off/on the board and look for it as an access point. Happy hacking, see you.
I wanted to verify that this AP issue wasn’t some odd side effect that was accidentally introduced by the NeoPixel changes. I couldn’t have seen how, but I just wanted to erase any possibility. I now run with the latest unchanged git version of OMG. I run into the same AP issue. As one would expect, the NeoPixel addition has nothing to do with it.
@argafal 1technophile’s link should run in a browser. I did not know about that Linux compatible tool before. I just tried to connect to my Seed Xiao, failed with Firefox, but succeed with Chromium. See you.