I’ve setup a localcloud with a couple of Particle Photon’s which is working really nice. However sometimes the Photon’s are doing something. I assume they are updating as the led is flashing quickly. Some Photon’s are done quickly and start working again, others keep flashing for hours.
Is there a way to disable these updates?
What color is the flashing?
Also please note that local cloud doesn’t support (I.e. Not rigorously tested, “may have problems”) the Photon per the readme.
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An API compatible open source server for interacting with devices speaking the [spark-protocol](https://github.com/spark/spark-protocol)
*Photon users:* This application has not been rigorously tested with the Photon. We will be reviewing and testing it shortly, but in the meantime, YMMV. If you do attempt to use the Photon with this library and run into problems, please open an issue.
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It’s rather unlikely that the blinking you see is an update.
Is it blinking magenta or are you reflashing the devices via Web IDE?
Especially if they are setup for local cloud, there won’t be any talking to the Particle cloud, I’d say.
The colour is continuously the same a sort of blue/green like and it’s flickering quickly. I didn’t see it in the docs:
I’m not flashing through the Web IDE. It seems to happen random, mostly after I connect the devices when they are not used for a while. That’s why I thought it might be updates.
Flashing/update is magenta.
Rapid cyan is cloud handshake to (re)establish connection.