Hey Blynk community,
I have a general question about sleep mode from ESP8266. Is there any possibility to awake the ESP8266 from light sleep or even from deep sleep by blynk app? In my case the microcontroller needs to be ready for operation at any time. It’d be a problem if the user needs to awake the microcontroller manually because my project is based on remote control.
If there is no possibility to awake the ESP8266 from light or deep sleep by blynk app, is there another way to awake it with a remote solution? Or is there another microcontroller which would allow this ?
I am looking forward to your response!