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esp8266_firmware_update [2014/11/19 12:47]
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esp8266_firmware_update [2020/06/27 23:02] (current)
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   - Put the ESP8266 into firmware update mode by grounding GPIO0 and re-cycling the power.   - Put the ESP8266 into firmware update mode by grounding GPIO0 and re-cycling the power.
   - Launch XTCOM_UTIL.   - Launch XTCOM_UTIL.
-  - In the Tools menu choose Config Device and set the Com port and set the baud rate to the value you used during testing (57600 or 115200). Click Open but **don't close this panel**.+  - In the Tools menu choose Config Device and set the Com port and set the baud rate to the value you used during testing (57600 or 115200). Click Open then Connect but **don't close this panel**.
   - From the API TEST(A) menu choose Flash Image Download and browse to the downloaded firmware .bin file   - From the API TEST(A) menu choose Flash Image Download and browse to the downloaded firmware .bin file
   - Click DownLoad to start the update - the progress bar will confirm it's under way.   - Click DownLoad to start the update - the progress bar will confirm it's under way.
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 **NB:** Following the update, the default serial baud rate changes to 9600 and AT commands require a CR+LF combination to signal completion. Some terminal programs (PuTTY) refuse to send the CR+LF combination so you need to press Enter followed by CTRL-j. An alternative terminal that does handle CR+LF is Termite: [[http://www.compuphase.com/software_termite.htm]]. **NB:** Following the update, the default serial baud rate changes to 9600 and AT commands require a CR+LF combination to signal completion. Some terminal programs (PuTTY) refuse to send the CR+LF combination so you need to press Enter followed by CTRL-j. An alternative terminal that does handle CR+LF is Termite: [[http://www.compuphase.com/software_termite.htm]].
  
-**NB:**When entering AT commands with PuTTY you cannot use backspace to make corrections as each character is sent as it is typed.+**NB:** When entering AT commands with PuTTY you cannot use backspace to make corrections as each character is sent as it is typed.
  
 To connect to your local WiFi network use the following commands: To connect to your local WiFi network use the following commands:
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