You can use:- expled 0xFFFFFF to turn it back on full white or any colour by varying each colour but I expect you knew this but expled 0x0 does not turn it fully off just very low level.
Thanks so I must remember this.
I tried re flashing the arduino dock again, that seem to have work, I get in trouble once I try flashing the blink2 sketch, using the second method, because I'm not seeing the Omega in the port menu in the Arduino IDE
@Kit-Bishop@Rich-Rector@pau-cucart-galbis Sorry about the terrible experience :( This problem will be addressed in the next manufacturing run. We have added a new criteria for QA, which is to test the switch to make sure that it does not break easily.
Are you copying the files over to /tmp? There should be quite a bit of space there as RAM disk, which is good for installing ipk packages. If there's still not enough space, you might consider extending the storage of your Omega with ext-root. You can find more information here: https://wiki.onion.io/Tutorials/Using-USB-Storage-as-Rootfs.
It's quite unlikely to brick Omega by installing packages. Unless the package crashes the system on startup, in which case it will get into a boot-loop.
@Johan-Simons Yeah, we have a cron job called wifi-saint that runs every 5 minutes to detect if you are on configured to connect to a Wifi network but are unable to connect successfully. It will turn off the connection to the wifi network to enable AP in this case.
Hi @Rudy-Trujillo, the Onion Cloud is currently in private beta, we will be releasing it in the next couple of weeks for public use. For now, you can take a look at our documentation here: https://onion.io/docs.