Hello again with another crazy issue!
I am trying to think that this is something that could be solved, but it looks totally different than something with a happy solution is guess ?
I was working with Particle Workbench in my Visual Studio Code. I got a notification to install particle new dependencies, I installed them and I realized that there’s a new firmware version v1.4.0 available.
So I decided to put my photon in to DFU Mode and then I typed
>Particle: Flash application (local) in the commands from visual studio code with the new firmware version selected v1.4.0
Since this is a process that I’ve made so many times, I did not even check out how was the initial output or something in terms of any led lights from the particle. I checked some few things on my browser after get back to my photon, I looked that the terminal output was a successfull flash but… I realized that the photon has no any LED turned on while it’s connected to my laptop.
I tried to unplug and plug again the particle photon, but all it does is simply to blink one time a white LED light and then it turns off and nothing else happens. My device is not even detected by the device manager from windows 10 tools.
I also don’t get any response when I use
particle serial identify and
particle doctor. It simply says that there’s no port detected.
I also tried to reinstall the particle cli but it doesn’t work. Should I consider to buy another one since this could be broke?