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Hi there. You'll also need to update the IP address. If everything is fine, when the circuit is powered up, it will automatically try to connect the wi-fi router and, if the connection is successful, display the IP address on the Serial monitor.
This value should be typed on the interface (don't press "Enter").
If you can't see anything on the Serial monitor, it would mean there's a problem with the baudrate on the Serial monitor. Choose the same value informed on the setup of the Arduino file.
Hi there! Although I'm not from Albuquerque, my family name is Albuquerque. :D
I'm glad you like the project. What other projects do you have in mind? Feel free to send me a private message.
Hi there. You can find detailed instructions for the connections on step 6 and in the schematics.
I hope it helps.
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