The Tessel 2 is equipped with a slew of on-board features including two 10-pin module ports to add sensors and other external hardware, two USB ports for camera peripherals and flash storage, a 10/100 supported ethernet port, and a microUSB connector for power and tethered programming. Each Tessel 2 offers an 802.11 b/g/n WiFi setup, a 580MHz Mediatek router-on-a-chip, a 48MHz SAMD21 coprocessor, and 64MB of DDR2 RAM with 32MB of flash.
Needless to say, the Tessel 2 has been designed from the ground up with the fastest possible path to producing your projects. Simply plug and play multiple modules and high-level APIs and you have a development board that is levels ahead of most other development boards!
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Once you start Access Point, it stays there until disable() is used. If the board is switched OFF and ON again, AP is up again automatically. Trying to install WiFi client when AP is active will not succeed, without notification and AP is not disabled.
Now that I have been successfully trough all the examples, there is still a lot to learn to be able to set-up the practical application I have in mind because I am also a beginner with Java. I’ll get there. Eventually.