Arducam ESP32-S Uno Pinout

I am trying to hook up an Adafruit Lora RFM9X to an Arducam ESP32-S Uno board. However, I am receiving the following error:

Failed to put device in Lora Mode
RH_RF95_REG_01_OP_MODE: 0

I believe this error is coming from a pin layout error when hooking up the wiring between the ESP and the Lora. More specifically, I believe the error is coming from the placement of hardware interrupt pin. Does anyone have any familiarity with the Arducam board and could offer some assistance?

Please post your code, the full error message and the schematic of your project

/ LoRa 9x_TX
// -- mode: C++ --
// Example sketch showing how to create a simple messaging client (transmitter)
// with the RH_RF95 class. RH_RF95 class does not provide for addressing or
// reliability, so you should only use RH_RF95 if you do not need the higher
// level messaging abilities.
// It is designed to work with the other example LoRa9x_RX

#include <SPI.h>
#include <RH_RF95.h>

#define RFM95_CS 4
#define RFM95_RST 2
#define RFM95_INT 3

// Change to 434.0 or other frequency, must match RX's freq!
#define RF95_FREQ 915.0

// Singleton instance of the radio driver
RH_RF95 rf95(RFM95_CS, RFM95_INT);

void setup()
{
pinMode(RFM95_RST, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(RFM95_RST, HIGH);

while (!Serial);
Serial.begin(9600);
delay(100);

Serial.println("Arduino LoRa TX Test!");

// manual reset
digitalWrite(RFM95_RST, LOW);
delay(10);
digitalWrite(RFM95_RST, HIGH);
delay(10);

while (!rf95.init()) {
Serial.println("LoRa radio init failed");
while (1);
}
Serial.println("LoRa radio init OK!");

// Defaults after init are 434.0MHz, modulation GFSK_Rb250Fd250, +13dbM
if (!rf95.setFrequency(RF95_FREQ)) {
Serial.println("setFrequency failed");
while (1);
}
Serial.print("Set Freq to: "); Serial.println(RF95_FREQ);

// Defaults after init are 434.0MHz, 13dBm, Bw = 125 kHz, Cr = 4/5, Sf = 128chips/symbol, CRC on

// The default transmitter power is 13dBm, using PA_BOOST.
// If you are using RFM95/96/97/98 modules which uses the PA_BOOST transmitter pin, then
// you can set transmitter powers from 5 to 23 dBm:
rf95.setTxPower(23, false);
}

int16_t packetnum = 0; // packet counter, we increment per xmission

void loop()
{
Serial.println("Sending to rf95_server");
// Send a message to rf95_server

char radiopacket[20] = "Hello World # ";
itoa(packetnum++, radiopacket+13, 10);
Serial.print("Sending "); Serial.println(radiopacket);
radiopacket[19] = 0;

Serial.println("Sending..."); delay(10);
rf95.send((uint8_t *)radiopacket, 20);

Serial.println("Waiting for packet to complete..."); delay(10);
rf95.waitPacketSent();
// Now wait for a reply
uint8_t buf[RH_RF95_MAX_MESSAGE_LEN];
uint8_t len = sizeof(buf);

Serial.println("Waiting for reply..."); delay(10);
if (rf95.waitAvailableTimeout(1000))
{
// Should be a reply message for us now
if (rf95.recv(buf, &len))
{
Serial.print("Got reply: ");
Serial.println((char*)buf);
Serial.print("RSSI: ");
Serial.println(rf95.lastRssi(), DEC);
}
else
{
Serial.println("Receive failed");
}
}
else
{
Serial.println("No reply, is there a listener around?");
}
delay(1000);
}

The full error message is the one given

I've tried a few different wiring configurations but none of them work.
These are the components used:

This code was not written for a ESP32. You'll need a pin out diagram for your make model of the ESP32 and then change and adapt this code to run on an ESP32.

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