It had been working with pysense & pytrack, now pify in completely unresponsive.
On connect, no LED
Double checked firmware update (dfutils) of pysense, that still worked.
Seated pify, connected, lsusb shows the device.
Linux# screen /dev/ttyACM0 115200 does nothing.
Windows Putty COM5> Serial 115200 does nothing.
Linux# iwlist scan (look for wifi to telnet), nothing but my normal APs.
Tried different USB cables, but no luck whatsoever.
Any suggestions? Is it bricked?
@robert-hh yes, after inserting it the correct way, everything was as normal!
Now I just need to beef up my micro python skills!
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@definiteslacking Does the module still work?
Call this lack of sleep
From another post, I found the solution:
The LED on Fipy should be on the same side/direction as micro-USB.
That would do it :/