Locations of Zumungo binary files

If you are experienced enough you can flash the binaries in your device(s) directly without going through the Installer that is more for beginners. Below are the locations of the most recent binary files. After you flash the software you need to restart your device (power cycle it) and adopt it in your local WiFi network. For the latter part you need to connect a smart phone or tablet to the WiFi access point that Zumungo creates named Zumungo-xxxx. Password is : 123456789. Go to IP address 192.168.4.1 and use “Zumungo” as password to get to the web interface. Go to WiFi settings and setup the credentials of your WiFi network. Restart the device and find it’s IP address in your router’s tables as Zumungo-xxxx. You can also find it by UDP command “CallAll” to port “192.168.255.255. Goto the IP address of your device from any browser to set it up and control it.

Flashing over the air (OTA) is also available for many devices see the “Application notes” 

For relay control on ESP8266 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectR.bin_esp8266

For relay control plus temperature sensors on ESP8266 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectR1.bin_esp8266

For relay control on ESP32 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectR.bin_esp32

For relay control plus temperature sensors on ESP32 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectR1.bin_esp32

For keypads/sensors on ESP8266 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectM.bin_esp8266

For keypads/sensors on ESP32 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectM.bin_esp32

For stepper motors on ESP32 based hardware –  http://www.zumungo.com/wp-content/uploads/firmware/ProjectS.bin_esp32

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