sir lets said we will sell the device to customer now the device is connected to the network after few months customer change they are wifi password then how to reconnect wifi to device ? and how to define my esp32 pin for reconfig botton for press 10sec in setting.h i am using esp32 wroom i allready define the gpio pin 2 sir but isnt work please take a look the screenshot,
i understand that if customer wifi password changing before he will go the Blynk app and once click wifi config then the 2nd time very easy to connect another network if customer forget to that then how sir ?
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Define board_botton_pin here I will change to another GPIO pin that’s it Right?
Then after that I need to use jumper wire and then short for 10sec Define GPIO pins and GND is it correct Sir ?
sir i allready try as you said that 02 place i will change couple of others gpio pins and try each pins , after i make changes i use small jamper wire to short GPIO pins and GND togather for 10sec and i try more than 10sec too it will wont work for me, or may be i need to make changes some others place too?
take a look the screenshot sir i attached for your info .
Do you have one of the board types uncommented in your .ino file?
Are you seeing the “Custom board configuration is used” message in your compiler messages whne you compile the sketch?
Do you have an LED connected to GPIO2 and is this flashing/pulsing after start-up?
Sir did you try this your side ?
I must have to use this reset botton function because lets said I sell my device to end customer then customer forget to click reconfigure option, then he change his wifi user name or password then I need to go site just to do the wifi reconfiguration
This is what the standard Edgent sketch does, as explained in the tutorial I linked to. I think your issue is that you were configuring the custom board type settings, but not using the custom board type.
I’d suggest that you go back to the original Edgent example, un-comment the appropriate board type for the board you are using and if the Settings.h entry for that board type needs to be adjusted then make those changes.