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Eddy Vluggen7-Feb-21 18:34
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trønderen7-Feb-21 17:30
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honey the codewitch7-Feb-21 18:52
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trønderen8-Feb-21 6:14
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If I get you right: You run out of 4 MiByte flash code space, less about 90 bytes a second over a minute or two (that is in the order of 10 KiByte, which is small change). So your code size is very close to 4 MiByte in size. I would take a look into that! 4 MiByte of code in an IoT device sounds like quite a lot.

Doesn't that development kit of yours provide any sort of flash card interface, or a USB memory stick interface?

If speed is a problem: Using a tiny little corner of the RAM (that you seem to detest so much) as a buffer - I can't believe that the RAM isn't fast enough for you! - and flushing it from RAM to SD or USB stick or whatever, at whatever pace is available: Maybe that would be a nice use for that otherwise useless RAM!
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