receive data using cytron lora shield and send to thingspeak using esp8266 wifi

Hi, everyone. I am currently a final year student who is doing fyp project. currently i am using two lora shield, one as transmitter and another one as receiver. i have successfully transmit the data from one lora to another lora. beside, i also success to transit data from my arduino to thingspeak using esp8266 wifi module.
however, when i combine the code of lora receiver and wifi, i found out that after i initialize the lora shield, the at command for the esp8266 cant function. it make me can receive from lora and send via wifi. any guidance on how to solve this problem?

it make me can receive from lora and send via wifi. any guidance on how to solve this problem?

You probably need to study your code.

The forum cannot help you there, we dont know the code you are using (hint).

i have study on it, every time i initialize my lora shield, the AT command after it is fail to function. is AT command contradict with other code?

Please post your full sketch.

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I am using the online code
the code for data connection to thingspeak is from Using the ESP8266 WiFi Module with Arduino Uno publishing to ThingSpeak | by Christopher Grant | Medium
and the code for receiver of lora shield is from Arduino Sketches Overview - Point-to-point Communication of Arduinos with RFM LoRa Shield