Yes, thanks for the answer.
yesterday I connected the rtc, and wifi module don't work.
To connect to the board I tested chrome, firefox or safari from my mac, but it don't work.
I tested also from my smartphone.
-click on configure clock setting
-click on 12H (for test)
-click on set
The page refreshed immediatly, but nothing changes...
The clock works perfectly and takes the good hour at boot in a few seconds...
I have the same problem, what work is disconnect the power a view seconds, plug it in, log in, and try again to change the clock settings with the browser.
This works for me, but only for a view minutes, then it looks like a sort of time out, it doesn´t work anymore to change the settings with the internet browser.
Marcel - Does the line "Found I2C slave at .... 104" disappear from your summary screen after a couple refreshes? If so it sounds like the same problem found in
Clock loses I2C connection with ESP8266
. See that thread.
Last edit: 2 years 6 months ago by BS_Jim. Reason: fixed link
sorry for the very late reply
thanks for the informations.
the line: "Found I2C slave at .... 104" never disappear after multi-refreshes from the summary screen.
the clock works perfectly, but I can't configure anything with the browser.
I have just ordered a second kit... I still have a dozen of nixie tubes...
I'm stumped. All I can offer is to try reflashing the ESP01 with the latest firmware (v.1.0.6 I think) and possibly setting debug on as that seems to be working for most people. You'll probably want to flash v.49 to the processor as well if you try this.