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  1. #411
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    Quote Originally Posted by MumPf View Post
    This bug is still alive with V546
    I can look into this issue if I am able to reproduce. Do you have a github account? If so, please go ahead and create an issue and describe the steps I would need to take to make that happen. Also, posting your NVS content might provide some additional insights
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    Currently my SqueezeAMP is seeing service inside a pair of ancient PC speakers in my newly established home office space, and (perhaps bizarrely) connected via an Access Point in my garage.

    Robert
    If this is the access point with the strongest signal, then that would be logical (maybe the speaker enclosure is shielding the signal coming from certain directions... For example if the front plate is metal?). Make sure that the system tab's WiFi configuration is set to comprehensive scan. Fast scan will randomly pick the first access point that sends a beacon when the WiFi stack goes up.
    LMS 7.9 - 1xRadio, 1xBoom, 5xDuet,3xTouch, 1 SB2. Sony PlayStation, Emby, Chromecast v1 and v2 and...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sle118 View Post
    I can look into this issue if I am able to reproduce. Do you have a github account? If so, please go ahead and create an issue and describe the steps I would need to take to make that happen. Also, posting your NVS content might provide some additional insights
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  4. #414
    Quote Originally Posted by sle118 View Post
    If this is the access point with the strongest signal, then that would be logical (maybe the speaker enclosure is shielding the signal coming from certain directions... For example if the front plate is metal?). Make sure that the system tab's WiFi configuration is set to comprehensive scan. Fast scan will randomly pick the first access point that sends a beacon when the WiFi stack goes up.
    I didn't mean to suggest this was the wrong AP - quite the contrary, it is the one I wished to use! I just thought it a little amusing I had a nice AP from my garage, where I need it for running Zwift on an iPad Pro. That AP is much closer to my home office than my router, as we have a long, thin house.

    Very pleased with the SqueezeAMP device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philippe_44 View Post
    As @sle118 mentioned, we have moved to an updated espressif framework and tweaked one parameter and so far, I've been playing for more than 2 hours with version 546 without any issue while before, with 542, I could not get more than 10 mins. My local builds were fine because, (thanks Murphy's law) my framework version was a snapshot the day before espressif made a change that created an issue with one config parameter (and probably a few other things) while @sle118's one was taken a few days later...
    Anyway, if you could try 546 and give us feedback, that would be highly appreciated.
    After flashing my SqueezeAMP with FW 546 and doing a power cycle I performed a wifi stability test by playing a radio stream. The test was done with Bluetooth disabled.
    The result is that during the test time of over 16 hours I did not get any disconnect, as illustrated by the SqueezeESP32 status page and radio stream play time in the screenshot below.
    So wifi stability of FW 546 looks quite good. Thank you philippe_44 and sle118 for this great effort!

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  6. #416
    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    Likewise - no issues seeing other access points. My SqueezeAMP had been on 542 (I think) and had been experiencing fairly frequent wifi disconnect-reconnects. 546 seems stable so far (about 2h).

    Currently my SqueezeAMP is seeing service inside a pair of ancient PC speakers in my newly established home office space, and (perhaps bizarrely) connected via an Access Point in my garage.

    Robert
    My SqueezeAMP has been playing an audio stream for nearly 20h now without interruption, 546 seems very stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    My SqueezeAMP has been playing an audio stream for nearly 20h now without interruption, 546 seems very stable.

    Robert
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  8. #418

    Scan I2C bus for devices (Advanced)

    Can anyone verify if this works? I'm playing around with a Merus amp. I need to check/change some of it's registers, but the Scan I2C bus for devices shows nothing. I also get nothing while an I2C display is attached and working. Shouldn't the display show up in the scan, and if so, can someone verify that the scan shows a connected display?

    Running fw: I2S-4MFlash.546.master-cmake

    Thanks, Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by mboxler View Post
    Can anyone verify if this works? I'm playing around with a Merus amp. I need to check/change some of it's registers, but the Scan I2C bus for devices shows nothing. I also get nothing while an I2C display is attached and working. Shouldn't the display show up in the scan, and if so, can someone verify that the scan shows a connected display?

    Running fw: I2S-4MFlash.546.master-cmake

    Thanks, Mike
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    Detected the following devices (names provided by https://i2cdevices.org/addresses).
    60 [3ch]- SSD1305 SSD1306 PCF8578 PCF8569 SH1106
    72 [48h]- PCA9685 INA219 PN532 TMP102 INA260 ADS1115
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElFishi View Post
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    Detected the following devices (names provided by https://i2cdevices.org/addresses).
    60 [3ch]- SSD1305 SSD1306 PCF8578 PCF8569 SH1106
    72 [48h]- PCA9685 INA219 PN532 TMP102 INA260 ADS1115
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    Thanks! This is all I get with a connected and working SSD1306 display

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