Updating single player commands

ESP8266 Wi Fi So C has gained enormous popularity in the nick of time.

Right after hackaday introduction dedicated community forum was created despite that first batch of modules was still in shipping so virtually no one had it in hands.

Here is communication snip (commands sent in bold, some newlines may be omitted, comments starting with //): OK ets Jan 8 2013,rst cause:4, boot mode:(3,0) wdt reset load 0x40100000, len 25020, room 16 tail 12 chksum 0x55 ho 0 tail 12 room 4 load 0x3ffe8000, len 3280, room 12 tail 4 chksum 0x1d load 0x3ffe8cd0, len 6468, room 4 tail 0 chksum 0xe1 csum 0xe1 [System Ready, Vendor: AT GMR // check FW version 0018000902 OK AT CIOBAUD?

// check baudrate (redundant) CIOBAUD:115200 OK AT CWMODE=3 // working mode: AP STA OK // second time (after power down) module returns just "no change" string, no OK reply AT CWLAP // list available access points CWLAP:(3,"UPC784xxx",-75,":d2:xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(0,"UPC Wi-Free",-74,":d2:xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(1,"dlinkgxxx",-70,":xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(0,"UPC Wi-Free",-84,":c8:xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(4,"Livebox-xxxx",-89,"68:1a:b2:xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(0,"Orange_Fun Spot",-88,"6e:1a:b2:xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(4,"UPC117xxx",-86,":c8:xx:xx:xx",1) CWLAP:(3,"xxxxxx",-57,"cc:b:xx:xx:xx",3) CWLAP:(3,"xxxxxxxxxxxxx",-90,"d8:5d:4c:xx:xx:xx",4) // ...

The British Empire intends to open a new front to the war with an unprecedented naval invasion of the Ottoman homeland.

The ships gathered for the Gallipoli Landings — the D-Day of World War 1 — carry over half a million men.

// it looks like APs are sorted by channel and values are: // (security, "name", signal strength, MAC, channel) // where for security: 0 = open, 1 = WEP, 3 = WPA, 4 = WPA2 // ...Using XTCOM_UTIL (API Test / Flash image download) I've updated it directly with "v0.9.2.2 AT Firmware.bin".For this version UART speed has to be set to 9600bps, but than it can be changed with AT command and it stays at set after power down cycle.Most commands (except for AT/at) are case-sensitive.Since v 0.92 commands have to be terminated with \r\n (CRLF) - check your terminal, for Termite 1.6 this is default setting.

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