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Fernando
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Help for beginner

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Hello Group,
Found today Annex32, it seams very intersting, but i never use it. Have download the Annex Toolkit by CiccioCBToolkit
I'm a beginner, so how to do, must i choose a IDE to write the code and than how to transform it to *.bin to flash the programm into ESP32?

This is the downloaded Tool
Annex + Annex32 + AnnexCAM Toolkit by CiccoCB V.122 official (c) 2021
Annex Change Log
Version 1.43

If anyone can explain how to begin, i'm gratefull

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Fernando
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It's me again,
I have connected ESP32 to computer and read the Infos of ESP32 shows on the log window
If i click the Serial Monitor Button it appears the Serial Monitor Dialog window but if click
on the Connect Button it not connect, so i can not see the IP. It shows COM5, i see on the Control Panel and its correct
I have tried with two ESP32 Dev Boards, one the info on the log window is ESP32D0WDQ5 (revision 1) and the other is a Lora version
Chip is ESP32D0WDQ6 (revision 1), but like sayed it not connect.

Anyone idea what i make wrong?

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Post by Fernando »

Thank you to help me

Serial Port is your UART (FTDI) com port - it only shows as available if it is actually available.
If you are not sure of your devices COM port, check what Toolkit ports are displayed without your device plugged in, then plug the device in and restart the Toolkit, then check to see what new COM port is now available.

If i unplugge the ESP32 and close the Toolkit and open it again, it stil show COM5 on the Serial Monitor Selectable Edit, but on the Control Panel the COM not exits more.

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