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ESP8266 AT Bin V1.5.1

*Note:

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:
Based on ESP8266_NonOS_SDK V2.1.

1. Fixed the WPA2 KRACK issue.

2. Fixed the issue of wrong messages being displayed after upgrading the firmware. 

Bin V1.5.1 2017.11.06
ESP8266 AT Bin V1.6

*Note:

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:
1. Update AT version to 1.6.0.0;

2. Add a new command `AT+SYSMSG` to enable some report information;

3. Add a new command `AT+CWCOUNTRY`;

    - `AT+CWCOUNTRY=<country_policy>,"country_code",<start_channel>,<total_channel_number>`

4. Add new command `AT+CIPSERVERMAXCONN`;

    - `AT+CIPSERVERMAXCONN=<num>`

5. Update command `AT+CWLAP`;

    - `AT+CWLAP =<ssid>[,<mac>,<ch>,<scan_type>,<scan_time_min>,<scan_time_max>]`

6. Update command `AT+CWLAPOPT`;

    - Mask changes from 0x7F to 0x7FF

7. Optimize tcp server by using new `espconn_recv`;

8. Fix an issue that getting error irom string when print messages after upgrade;

9. Fix an issue that baudrate is not correctly set when it was set at 1,200;

10. Fix an issue that it should return error if the link id is wrong;

11. Fix an issue that DNS auto mode is used by default;

12. Fix a wrong link id issue when client connection number reaches maximum;

13. Fix an issue that error will be reported when the maximun connection number is more than 5;

14. Fix the message is incorrect when creating UDP if ip is a domain name;

15. Fix GSLP too long time error;

16. Fix that `AT+CIPSTART` causes busy if the server is connected at the same time;

Bin V1.6 2018.02.07
ESP8266 AT Bin V1.6.1

*Note:
When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:

1. Fix an issue that light sleep current is larger than before.

Bin V1.6.1 2018.02.13
ESP8266 AT Bin V1.6.2

Note: 

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:

1. Fix station connecting behavior after upgrading from an old version.

2. Fix wrong SSID query when the length of SSID is 32 bytes.

3. Optimize AT+CIUPDATE behavior.

Bin V1.6.2 2018.06.08
ESP8266 AT Bin V1.7.0

*Note:

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:
Based on ESP8266_NonOS_SDK V3.0.0.

Limited by the size of the AT bin file,  only `1024+1024 flash map` is supported by default. 

Bin V1.7.0 2018.08.24
ESP8266 FOTA Demonstration

Espressif provides guidelines and a sample implementation of FOTA (Firmware Over-The-Air) function to upgrade the firmware on devices powered by the ESP8266. ESP8266 device will download a new version of firmware from the update server over Wi-Fi and run it. This guide is intended to help you run a FOTA demonstration on the ESP8266 easily and quickly, with a PC acting as the local update server. The FOTA test has been demonstrated and run on the ESP-Launcher, an ESP8266 evaluation board designed by Espressif. However, with appropriate build settings based on your application flash configuration, the test can be made to run on any ESP8266-based system. The demonstration initially runs the user1.bin as the primary firmware. The user1.bin, when executed, connects to the update server and downloads user2.bin (updated firmware) into the flash memory. When a system restart is triggered, the ESP8266 boots into the updated user2.bin, which now becomes the primary firmware binary file until another update is available for download. This new update is downloaded as user1.bin. This cycle is repeated for every subsequent update.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.11
ESP8266 FOTA Demonstration with Phone App

This guide demonstrates the FOTA (Firmware-Over-The-Air) function for ESP8266-based devices. In particular, the guide outlines the process of upgrading ESP8266 firmware from Espressif Cloud over Wi-Fi by using our Android app. This process requires no technical skills and does not involve a PC or UART based tools. Therefore this process can be carried out by any user, including end users of ESP8266 based products. The FOTA test has been demonstrated and run on the ESP-Launcher, an ESP8266 evaluation board designed by Espressif. However, with appropriate build settings based on your application flash configuration, the test can be made to run on any ESP8266 based system.

ZIP V1.0 2016.10.23
ESP8266 IDF AT Bin (Latest)
Bin V2.1 2020.07.29
ESP8266 IOT Platform

A demo that should be run with ESP8266 RTOS SDK. This is the Initial version.

RTOS V1.0 2015.09.18
ESP8266 Low Power Test Demonstration

This guide is intended to help implement and test the available low power modes and observe the resulting current consumption of the ESP8266 easily and quickly. It demonstrates the Modem-sleep mode, Light-sleep mode, and Deep-sleep mode.

ZIP V1.0 2016.09.29
ESP8266 NonOS AT Bin V1.7.1

*Note:

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:
Based on ESP8266_NonOS_SDK V3.0.1.

Limited by the size of the AT bin file,  only `1024+1024 flash map` is supported by default. 

Bin V1.7.1 2019.07.15
ESP8266 NonOS AT Bin V1.7.2

*Note:

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:
Based on ESP8266_NonOS_SDK V3.0.2.

Limited by the size of the AT bin file,  only `1024+1024 flash map` is supported by default. 

Bin V1.7.2 2020.01.20
ESP8266 NonOS AT Bin V1.7.3

*Note:

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.

Version Description:

Based on ESP8266_NonOS_SDK V3.0.3.

Bin V1.7.3 2020.03.26
ESP8266 NonOS AT Bin V1.7.4

*Note: 

When developing new products with ESP8266, it is recommended that you use ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions. Previous AT versions were based on the ESP8266 NONOS SDK, to which no new features will be added in the future. ESP8266 AT Bin V2.0.0.0 and/or later versions will be developed according to the ESP8266 RTOS SDK, which will continue being updated.


Version Description:
Based on ESP8266_NonOS_SDK V3.0.4.

Bin V1.7.4 2020.06.03
ESP8266 NONOS SDK
NON-OS SDK V3.0.2 2020.03.24




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