@Muhammad_Umair Here is a Bridge option example.
And yes, each device has its own AUTH code as that is the recommended way of running multiple devices, even if in the same project (although then I see no reason to use Bridge… just share data via code and variables and/or vPins)
I have two wemos d1’s connecting via bridge. I use two different authorisation tokens which is pretty much how the blynk sketch does it. Give it a try. Logically if both wemos’s are using the same auth code perhaps that is causing the problem.
Wemos b led now high all the time
use some serial.print to check the values sent and received… i’m doing this on my mind without arduino ide XD
Wemos A is sending the Data value to pin 10 i checked in blynk app it is recieveing value but not sure if Wemos b is getting the data correctly
i have Wemos A & B on the same token it that a problem?
I told you to use the bridge for a reason, but as you insisted on using the same token for both …I wrote these codes
it Started Working MAN.
YOU ARE THE BEST MAN!!!
i wanted to use bridge but it seems a little complicated and i am not as good programmer as you are man.
thanks alot again. with a simple serial.print statement it started working on wemos b too
I’ve tried to use to use the bridge between 2 sonoff devices (esp8266 based). After a while both devices just stop communication.