Blynk Edgent prohibited (debug) outputs?

I need support to my project. I migrated my project from Blynk (legacy) to Blynk Edgent.
Same PCB would use but some outputs looks like used by Blynk already.
ESP32 (Arduino) modul’s GPIO 4 used for Room Lamp on-off but when started to use the Edgent version the Room lamp rapidly turn on-off automatically after Blynk connected to server.
Some other pins are acting strange too.
Is there a way to turn this feature off?
Thank you

What board type did you choose in the .ino file of the sketch, and what GPIOs are used for that board type in the Settings.h file?


Hello Pete
It was my mistake. I have to use ESP32-DEVKITC-32U therefore kept this
//#define USE_WROVER_BOARD commented.
Does not touch settings.h file.
Do I need to setup some others over than setting.h?

You need to look at the part of the Settings.h file which relates to type of board you are using and see what GPIOs are being used for the switch and the LED and see if they clash with GPIOs you are using elsewhere in your sketch.


Hello Pete,
I managed to get over a problem, thanks for the help.
Looks like the board is connected to Blynk server but
cannot goes trough on initialization.

if(debug){Serial.println("------- Display Boot END ------");}
nexInit(); //Nextion display initialization


Serial.println(“Blynk Edgent started successfully”);

Nextion display init is OK.
Blynk edgent looks connected

Serial debug shows:
------- Display Boot END ------
___ __ __
/ _ )/ /_ _____ / /__
/ _ / / // / _ / '/
//_, /////_
__/ v1.0.0 on ESP32

Blynk Edgent started sucessfully
[7975] Using Dynamic IP:
[7985] Connecting to
[9084] Certificate OK
[9115] Ready (ping: 30ms).

Then the program stops here…
Never goes to this line

Serial.println(“Blynk Edgent started sucessfully”);

Please help me how can I found a problem. :thinking:

Thank you

@Regina_Demcsik please edit your posts, using the pencil icon at the bottom, and add triple backticks at the beginning and end of your code so that it displays correctly.
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