I just started learning to run micropython and lora connectivity on esp8266. I stumbled with ebyte lora library ebyte-lora-e220 which i imported to my project. When i tested to import the module from this library i got an error.
It’s possible that I had continued the development of the library with an esp32, and so when the library grows, the memory of esp8266 It’s no more sufficient.
But I’m going to test and check these days, and I’ll give you more information.
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