I have a core that’s been working great for many months. Yesterday, it rebooted after a power loss and wouldn’t reconnect to my wifi…the same network it has been successfully connecting to for a long time. I tried clearing its memory and reseting it to factory default which has worked for my other cores before. This time, it gets to the blinking blue led phase, I can connect to it via usb, but it never asks for what type of wifi network it is connecting to. After sending the “w” command, It asks for the SSID and a password only. I tried connecting it to an unsecured network and it still will not connect. It just gets to the green flashing led phase and sits there forever not connecting.
Here’s the terminal output when I reset it and connect to it via usb:
Your core id is 53ff70065067544818350687 SSID: SpaceCase Password: Thanks! Wait about 7 seconds while I save those credentials... Awesome. Now we'll connect!
And a slightly different error when using the cli ‘spark setup’ command:
---------------------- Finding your core id Your core id is: 53ff70065067544818350687 ======================================== Setup your wifi SSID: TheShave Security 0=unsecured, 1=WEP, 2=WPA, 3=WPA2: 3 Wifi Password: elsbells Attempting to configure wifi on /dev/cu.usbmodem1411 I said: w Serial said: SSID: I said: TheShave Serial said: TheShave Password: timed out on Security 0=unsecured, 1=WEP, 2=WPA, 3=WPA2: timed out on Spark <3 you! Something went wrong Serial prompt timed out - Please try restarting your core Potentially unhandled rejection  Serial prompt timed out - Please try restarting your core (WARNING: non-Error used) Potentially unhandled rejection  Serial prompt timed out - Please try restarting your core (WARNING: non-Error used)
As you can see, it never offers the option of choosing the security type using a serial terminal and it has some sort of exception when trying with ‘spark setup’.
Any help would be appreciated.