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Wireless programming of Arduino

My ArduinoOTA library, which is based on Arduino's WiFi101OTA library, was created for upload from IDE. But in some scenarios as for example deployed sleeping battery powered devices it is better to ...
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ESP-01 OTA Error uploading

The ESP-01 comes in two variants: blue, with 512KiB flash, and black, with 1MiB flash. You have chosen an arrangement that needs 4MiB flash. It won't fit. Choose a suitable flash size for your board.
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A library issue with ArduinoOTA for MKR1400GSM

Arduino made changes in platform.txt files for IDE 2.0 pluggable monitor system, which is a system to detect COM ports, network ports and other means to upload to Arduino. While they did the changes ...
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ESP32 OTA update over MQTT using "update.h"

You are just throwing an unparseable stream of ASCII decimal representations of the binary data at your code, then writing that ASCII data verbatim to the flash. That can never work. Instead you need ...
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OTA over MQTT for ESP32

I am not familiar with OTA for ESP32 but with SAMD21 using ArduinoOTA library and there the download is not done over MQTT but HTTPS. Link to download is sent over MQTT but that's where it ends, ...
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Is 1MB flash enough for OTA upload in ESP-01?

For OTA uploads, the size of the compiled (old sketch + new sketch) should not exceed the flash size. Due to this, large sketches (more than 500KB with 1MB flash) cannot be OTA uploaded directly if ...
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Esp32: is OTA compatible with FREERTOS

I was also believing that it is not possible but I handle it thanks to this post below; https://github.com/SensorsIot/ESP32-OTA/issues/8 I applied what ever shared and it works like a charm together ...
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