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Hi, I apologize for the off topic comment, but I think I found a problem in your Adafruit_MQTT.cpp file (Arduino library, the latest/master branch). There are a couple of places where the pgm_read_byte macro is used on non-progmem pointers (like if (pgm_read_byte(username) != 0), etc…). Please let me know if I’m wrong.