Getting started with the ESP32 Board in Arduino IDE

Prerequisites

Install the Arduino IDE for Windows, macOS or Linux from arduino.cc/en/software

Installing ESP32 board in Arduino IDE

follow these next instructions to install the ESP32 board in your Arduino IDE:

Testing the Instaled board

Plug the ThingHz board to your computer. With your Arduino IDE open, follow these steps:

  • Now to flash ThingHz ESP32 board press the keep boot button(1) pressed and at the same moment press reset button(2) and then leave boot button

Wrapping Up

We hope you’ve found this guide useful. Next, you will learn about setting up the ThingHz ESP32 board on PlatformIO. Stick to ThingHz for more upcoming IoT projects. Keep Learning.

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