These known issues affect the Particle iOS and Android apps and will be resolved with updates to the Particle mobile application.
Argons unable to connect to wi-fi network in setup flow.
Customers experiencing this issue are able to go through an Argon setup flow up to the point of connecting to a wi-fi network. After inputting the password, the device will attempt to connect until such a point it times out, giving an error on the mobile application. (At this time, this is only tested and identified on Android.)
Using xenon as assisting device prompts wrong password
Example: Mesh password problem with Xenon as assist device
Workaround: Use your gateway as the assisting device.
These known issues affect the Particle Device OS and will be resolved with updates to 3rd Gen hardware over Bluetooth or the Particle CLI.
SYSTEM_MODE(MANUAL) and SEMI_AUTOMATIC not working properly
Status: Under investigation (reported in 0.8.0-rc.25)
Example: Xenon, combining threaded and manual modes can leave Xenon flashing green permanently
setup()may cause an SOS 10 (assertion failure)
Status: Workaround available, bugfix to be included in 0.8.0-rc.28
Example: [Workaround identified] Xenon flashing red 10 times after rc.27 upgrade
Mobile Device issues
There have been a number of mobile devices experiencing connectivity or other issues in regards to pairing and setup with mesh devices. As we discover more devices, they will be listed here.
- Identified devices with known data matrix barcode scanning issues.
- Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
- Cellular.command() not implemented on the Boron
- Sleep modes have not been implemented for 3rd Gen devices
- Argons do not currently support connections to IPv6-only networks
- Ethernet Featherwings do not support connections to IPv6-only networks
- The current version of the CLI (1.35.2) has incomplete support for 3rd gen hardware:
particle keys doctor
- Not supported
particle keys server(unless you pass in the correct mesh-specific key)
particle serial mac(outputs 00:00:00:00:00:00 )
particle flash --usb tinker(also
--serial, and with a device ID or name)