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RGB LED-strip driver using PIC16LF767 and ESP8266. Control via Android app.

BertVanoBertVano 10/14/2014 at 20:470 Comments

Ok so I've been able to set up the ESP8266 as a server listening on port 90. I can communicate with it via SocketTest V3.0.0. So I'm glad I got this far yet. Has anybody ever tried to connect to it via putty using 57600 baud? I can't get it to work on 57k6 baud only on 115k2 baud. This is a huge problem because the PIC16LF767 can max send out at 57k6 baud... Any help is welcome!

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