Are you looking for help with your Blynk project?
Struggling to get your hardware connected to a Blynk server?
As you might expect Blynk developers are busy developing a great product and I'm sure they accept they need to be involved in bug fixing, but they probably have better things to do than answer the same question over and over again.
Be sure to do a thorough search of the site before asking a question that has been answered over and over again.
Looking for a quick solution to your problem?
If you don't want to suffer needless delays I would suggest you start your post with the following details:
1. The Blynk library version you are using.
2. Android or iOS and the version of the OS.
3. Server type, Local or Cloud based.
4. If local server, which version you are using.
5. How you powering the MCU.
6. Has the MCU ever connected to a Blynk server (Cloud or local).
7. The IDE you areusing, including the version number.
8. The settings you have in the IDE for the MCU.
9.The Arduino core version you are using.
10. The make and model of your phone.
11.Your shoe size and anything else you think is important.
You might know what phone you are using but nobody else does unless you provide the details. The assumption is always that you are using Blynk's cloud server as most people are but ensure you actually state it in the thread.
Many threads go on and on before the OP decides to confess they are using a local server.
Once you have stated the basic details indicated above, describe your problem in detail.
1. What have you tried?
2. What did you expect to happen?
3. What actually happened?
4. Provide screenshots if applicable.
5. Provide formatted code extracts.
If you post a thread simply with "Help I have a problem" don't expect too much help from Blynkers.
Don't forget the site has a very impressive search facility and Google is your friend.
Let's all try and help the developers develop.