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I want to store sensor values on the arduino board. Can ESP8266 read the data from the board (Flash memory or the EEPROM)? How should I approach this?

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  • if you're using ESP8266 in Arduino environment, you should see sample code for ESP8266, including EEPROM usage – Jaromanda X Nov 30 '17 at 23:13
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Assuming that values of sensors are stored in EEPROM - Use EEPROM read function to read it to some variable. Then use software serial to send it via software TX to the RX of ESP8266 at its required baudrate.

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