I was getting a new Electron ready for deployment (Dev environment). When I first powered it up and did a
particle identify it reported 0.4.8. So, I updated it to 0.5.3 and then to 0.6.0 via the respective updater programs. Everything seemed normal. I confirmed system firmware via
When I tried to compile the application, Dev kept complaining the target device was at a version earlier than 0.5.3 and it would not compile. I double and triple checked via
particle identify and confirmed it was up to snuff. I then went ahead and updated the system firmware to 0.6.1. Unfortunately, the problem persisted. I finally got the problem to go away by pointing to another device and doing a compile (via Build) and was then able to re-select the desired target device and successfully do a compile. FWIW, my CLI is/was up to date.
Just reporting it here in case it’s of value to someone who may be experiencing the same phenom.
Here’s a screen shot of the error I was getting.
[update] So now I’m home and trying to compile in Dev (mis-stated as Build earlier) and I keep getting the following error:
I’ve been away for a couple of weeks. Did I miss some major changes?