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  • Get Started With ESP8266 Using "AT Commands" Via Arduino

    This tutorial is very clear and to-the-point, so big kudos for that.The chip I am using I am trying to program for someone else and I think it is already flashed with different firmware as it does not respond to any AT commands, and prints a list of the current found wifi networks. I don't expect you to be able to help me with that, but it also displays random characters instead of what is clearly meant to be plain text output. A thread on the ESP8266 forum says this is due to the difference in baud rates thus (I presume) the ESP8266's buffer is filling too fast without the Arduino's built-in serial printing it in time, does anyone know how I might resolve this?

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