Hi there. So I am trying to flash tasmota using tuya-convert on a esp8266 - Awow EU3S smart plug (to make sure that it is really esp8266 i opened and checked, it is). The device connects fine to Smart Life app or Tuya app. I am running home assistant on ubuntu on an intel nuc.
- If i try to ./start_flash.sh from ssh connection, like my windows pc, it asks me to terminate systemd-resolve (port 53) and mosquitto docker-proxy (port 1883). after i click Y for yes, it all stops in the ‘Starting AP in a screen’ text and never actually gives the intructions + the ability to press enter to flash anything. Cant connect to HA from a browser or app also, so it basically crashes for some reason. In this case I have to restart my intel nuc.
- If I am directly on my intel nuc, the screen loads, gives instructions, but never flashes anything. In /scripts/smarthack-udp.log I get all kinds of different device key’s, id’s, different ip addreses and all of them say that the chip is not esp8266 (which it definitely is).
Some ideas I have, but cannot check for sure:
Is my phone somehow connecting wrong to vtrust-flash AP? Im an iphone, but I did try a samsung tablet.
I have a wyze sense hub plugged in my intel nuc and a conbee 2, maybe they bother this process? However, I tried removing them from the usb ports and still same result.
Is it a problem that I do not have an external wifi adapter? I was thinking that the one inside intel nuc is good enough.
Any help is much much appreciated, I have been stuck with this for days and I tried everything I could come up with.