Metro M4 Airlift buffer size at ESP32 cooprocesor issue

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Re: Metro M4 Airlift buffer size at ESP32 cooprocesor issue

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adafruit2 wrote:the wifinina firmware is *pretty* simple in that it calls directly to the ESP32 API.
Is there any documentation readily available on the ESP32 API?

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adafruit2 wrote:the wifinina firmware is *pretty* simple in that it calls directly to the ESP32 API.
Is there any documentation readily available on the ESP32 API?

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Re: Metro M4 Airlift buffer size at ESP32 cooprocesor issue

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nope, I reverse-engineered the python library by reading thru the ESP firmware + the arduino code

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Please share a link to the ESP32 firmware.

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