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(06-25-2020, 11:15 AM)daromer Wrote: ESP8266 almost work out of the box on esp32. You dont need to do that big changes unless the libraries used only exist on one place. Then you have to redo some smaller code.
I know that but you still have to change some code and get different libraries for wifi its not an upload the sketch and your done scenario. Tongue

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Its not for sure. Neither less we dont know what op have done or expect. The first One is spot in code to use i would say..the Quick look i Took its not Hard to get going. Ut you need to understand the esp32.

With that Said... I dont see the reson just taking an esp8266 instead and you are Good to go Smile
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(06-25-2020, 11:27 AM)daromer Wrote: With that Said... I dont see the reson just taking an esp8266 instead and you are Good to go Smile

That's what I would do.
If someone has already done the heavy lifting on an esp8266...................  Smile .
No need to recreate the wheel.
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Got it! ESP8266 is on order. I should have gone that route in the first place.  Rolleyes 
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(06-25-2020, 02:37 PM)Sleonard2649 Wrote: Got it! ESP8266 is on order. I should have gone that route in the first place.  Rolleyes 
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