I have the same problem with the ESP32-CAM.
Do you know how I can solve this problem with the ESP32-Cam?
We’re gonna need more info here. Could you please elaborate on what you mean by “Same problem “?
Sorry, I’m referring to the article:
Here the solution is a capacitor.
I have the same problem with the ESP32-Cam, which differs from the esp32. So my question is: can I use a capacitor as well and if so, where do I have to solder it.
AFAIK the only difference between ESP32 and ESP32-CAM is the addition of the camera module which takes quite a few pins. I would have thought you could add the capacitor to the same pins.
I guess it depends on which board you have. I have both an AI-Thinker board and an Arducam IOTAI. For both of these boards I don’t need that capacitor. Just a real FTDI for the ai-thinker and a good USB cable for the IOTAI. I don’t have to hit the button either. Just upload and the Arduino IDE resets the board for me. So does PlatformIO.