I have now essentially bricked 2 Xenons. Both have the same behavior:
- the CLI can “identify” them when they are flashing blue, but the setup command fails, unable to find them:`
>particle identify Your device id is ********************* Your system firmware version is 0.8.0-rc.27 C:\AppData\Local\particle>particle setup _ __ _ _ _ | '_ \ __ _ _ __| |_(_) ___| | ___ | |_) |/ _` | '__| __| |/ __| |/ _ \ | __/| (_| | | | |_| | (__| | __/ |_| \__,_|_| \__|_|\___|_|\___| https://particle.io > Setup is easy! Let's get started... > It appears as though you are already logged in as ******@** ? Would you like to use this account? Yes ! PROTIP: Hold the MODE/SETUP button on your device until it blinks blue! ! PROTIP: Please make sure you are connected to the internet. C:\AppData\Local\particle>
the dfu-util cant find them when they are put in dfu mode
the particle debugger can flash the bootloader and it verifies correctly, and it can flash the firmware, and the softdevice.hex
I’ve tried the factory reset button combo, which flashes the correct pattern described in the docs for a reset, but at this point I can’t get them to do anything but flash blue.
What have I missed?