the code is pretty well commented and several examples are available that show advanced config, timeouts, etc. I'm not sure how to make it all work lol. this one uses it's own page to select the network and set it up, so not seeing anything google here. Not sure what the griping was in the past but this is common practice with IoT devices, for ones not using QR codes anyway. If you can solder this together and was willing to write your WiFi login password as code this is a piece of cake in comparison and more secure (especially if you set a password on the temp ap, which is an option). Now you don’t have to drag a computer along if you use this somewhere else or with a different network.I'm aware of wifimanager, but I didn't use it because that's how HeaterMeter's wifi used to be and a vocal majority seemed to not understand the concept of connecting to an AP to configure it. It wasn't helped by Android silently switching off the wifi if it determined that there was no Internet access, but at least now they show a message and let you use it. Does newer WifiManager emulate the webpage google tries to pull to test Internet connectivity now to fake it out or anything? We need to add a camera to HeaterMeter Monitor so it can scan the wifi sharing QR code!