You could use a hardware timer or edge detector circuit to do this or use a ULP program to wait before enabling ext0 wakeup or use 2 separate deep sleep paths one is a 40s timer deepsleep which ends in a wake stub to enable ext0 deepsleep.
If any, post 2.1. Ok so how to look at esp32 rev1 SPIRAM support in IDF from a product planning standpoint? Will it always be second class citizen in terms of IDF updates, separate branch? Do you suggest to consider waiting for "ESP-NEXT" chip for fixed SPIRAM and first class IDF support?
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