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#96442 This quick article explains how to erase ESP8266 NodeMCU flash memory to restore it to its factory default settings. Using a tool named, we'll be able to communicate. If the system keeps crashing and you can't upload new code, if you want to remove any firmware or configuration modifications you made, if you want to clean off old data, or for other reasons, you may find it useful to restore ESP8266 to its factory settings.

We'll use esptool, which is a “Python-based, open-source, platform-independent utility to communicate with the ROM bootloader in Espressif chips,” to perform an ESP8266 factory reset.

You need Python 3.7 or newer installed on your system to install esptool. Make sure you choose the right package for your system before beginning the download and installation process at the following link:

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