Unfortunatelly, could not google the exact recipe and registered specially to ask the question: is there any way to completely off the radio by the rules command or, maybe, timer loop?
I use the Sonoff Basic as the simple cyclic timer. Yes, it works, but I need no runtime control nor reports, all I need is as dumb as possible "old-fashioned" self-sufficient timer relay, not the additional security hole in my home net nor the addidional air pollution station.
The worse, the signal is poor at the device's place so it falls back to AP mode. As the dirty (temporary?) solution, I changed the default password. But I need no wifi at all, no station nor client, so, how could it be switched down? I know that it's possible AT ALL. say, by this way, but it is pure C and I don't want to study the ESP programming at such a low level.
The snippet below doesn't solve my task
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on System#Boot do TimerSet,4,600 // sufficient radio on timeout to adjust the settings, if needed endon on Rules#Timer=4 do wifimode,off endon
I hope now I have the skills to reflash the more late firmware and tune it, if it's needed. But of course I'd prefer to stay with 20181110 if it's not TOO bad and the wifi can be off within it
P.S. There's the WiFiMan plugin being discussed here. Is it still actual or not? What about the FW/SDK version compatibility? Could the task be done without it, with the "pure" ESP Easy?