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all-in-one-esp-usb-converter [2016/09/11 20:34]
bobik created
all-in-one-esp-usb-converter [2017/07/31 19:36] (current)
dhottinger [How to update firmware of ESP8266]
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 If you want to load some [[loading_firmware#​firmware|alternative firmware]] into it you have to boot into flashing mode. Some convertors of this kind has switch for it, but most does not have so usually you have to wire GPIO 0 to GND by yourself. If you want to load some [[loading_firmware#​firmware|alternative firmware]] into it you have to boot into flashing mode. Some convertors of this kind has switch for it, but most does not have so usually you have to wire GPIO 0 to GND by yourself.
  
-I soldered this bridge for it:+You can solder a bridge for it:
  
 {{all-in-one-usb-esp-converter-with-flashing-bridge.jpg?​200 |ESP to USB convertor with flashing bridge}} {{all-in-one-usb-esp-converter-with-flashing-bridge.jpg?​200 |ESP to USB convertor with flashing bridge}}
 {{flashing-bridge-for-all-in-one-usb-esp-converter.jpg?​200|Flashing bridge}} {{flashing-bridge-for-all-in-one-usb-esp-converter.jpg?​200|Flashing bridge}}
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 +Or attach a small button to the underside:
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 +{{all-in-one-usb-esp-converter-with-button.jpg?​200|}}
  
 You can be creative how you wire GPIO 0 to GND, just it is good to make it reversible, because you probably will need to boot it also in normal mode. You can be creative how you wire GPIO 0 to GND, just it is good to make it reversible, because you probably will need to boot it also in normal mode.
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