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It's always the missing log… your logs look perfectly normal, no
hint of anything going wrong on the first setup.<br>
Option 2 can be excluded if you had the SD inserted all the time, as
the button status is only checked when no SD is inserted.<br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">Am 20.06.2018 um 21:37 schrieb Stephen
Thanks for the prompt reply.
<pre wrap=""> 1. SDCARD factoryreset.txt
2. Hold the program button down for several seconds
I certainly didn't intentionally do 1 or 3. I do have the module
installed in the 3D-printed case for the v3.0 module that I have
modified with a plastic button extension that allows me to push the
reset button with the module enclosed in the case. (I mentioned this
a while back; the extension is the plastic part that performed the
same role in a defunct GFCI plug on a hair dryer.) It is conceivable
that this extension pushed on the program button instead of the reset
button, but that is not likely because of the physical geometry and
the button is still working properly as a reset.
<pre wrap="">Maybe not a factory reset but a corrupt config partition? Can you
try to change config. Then reboot. Then check config is still there?
We don't have any "shutdown" operation to stop the module cleanly, so
after the configuration I just unplugged it from the USB cable thereby
removing power. Is there some likelihood that /store would not have
As I mentioned, when I brought the module back to my desk after it did
not come up in the car, I saw this:
W (550) esp32wifi: AutoInit: factory reset detected, starting public AP net 'OVMS' with password 'OVMSinit'
A full log via USB is attached in case there might be anything
interesting in it. It shows the session where I did the wizard setup
initially, then the session where I brought it back and found it back
to factory reset, then a third session where I disconnected from power
and plugged back in without loss of the config.
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