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ESP-BluFi for Android

Configure BluFi device

Android v1.5.3 2020.03.26
ESP-BluFi for iOS

BluFi for iOS

IOS v1.2.0 2020.07.19
ESP-Drone for Android
Android v1.0.0 2020.07.14
ESP-Drone for iOS
IOS v1.0.1 2020.07.20

Espressif IoT Development Framework. Official development framework for ESP32 and ESP32-S2.

Documentation and Getting Started Guide.

See also:

RTOS SDK V4.2.1 2021.05.03
ESP-Launcher Data Send and Receive Operation Power Consumption Tests

The power consumption of the ESP8266 depends on the PHY mode employed for sending or receiving data. In power critical applications, it is important to balance the average or burst data transfer rate as well as overall power consumption of the system.This test demonstration is intended to demonstrate the results of various power consumption tests on the ESP8266. Based on this guide, users can choose the appropriate PHY mode and data transmission scheme for their application.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.10
ESP-MESH for Android

Android App for ESP-MESH Smart Light

Android v1.2.3 2020.05.29
IOS v1.1.1 2019.12.20
ESP-TOUCH for Android

Make device connect to AP

Android v1.2.3 2020.04.10


IOS v2.0.0 2020.04.20
ESP-WROOM-32 AT Bin V0.10

This is the first release of ESP32 AT firmware, which supports AT commands through UART. 

Please note that only Wi-Fi related functions are supported in this version. BLE-related functions will be supported in future release.

Bin V0.10 2017.06.14
ESP-WROOM-32 AT Bin V1.0

Release note:

Bin V1.0.0 2017.11.17
ESP32&ESP8266&ESP32S2 RF Performance Test Demonstration

This guide demonstrates how to run an RF related performance test and certification test using an RF tester to check an ESP32 / ESP8266 based product, either functioning as a standalone controller or an integrated part of MCU.

ZIP V2.5 2020.07.15
ESP32-PICO-D4 AT Bin (Latest)
Bin V2.1 2020.07.29
ESP32-PICO-D4 AT Bin V2.0
Bin V2.0 2019.11.05

More information on GitHub

Development projects are freely distributed under Espressif's MIT license on GitHub.