I was checking different power options for my tag (different topic, coming up…) by issuing some commands on the UART. It is responding correctly and all going well but I realized I wasn’t able to see my tag in my DRTLS App pon the phone. All the anchors were visible but my tag was not.
So as I still had UART access, I decided to set it to factory defaults “frst” and try again.
Factory Reset worked perfectly but I still can’t see this tag on bluetooth. SI shows that bluetooth is enabled. This is the output right now
[000015.480 INF] sys: fw2 fw_ver=x01030001 cfg_ver=x00010700
[000015.480 INF] uwb0: panid=x0000 addr=xDECA5EB0C6920118
[000015.490 INF] mode: tn (pasv,twr,np,le)
[000015.490 INF] uwbmac: disconnected
[000015.490 INF] uwbmac: bh disconnected
[000015.500 INF] cfg: sync=0 fwup=0 ble=1 leds=1 le=1 lp=0 stat_det=1 (sens=1) mode=0 upd_rate_norm=1 upd_rate_stat=100 label=DW0118
[000015.510 INF] enc: off
[000015.510 INF] ble: addr=E6:35:AF:9E:A4:2C
I thoght, maybe not having a PANS network ID prevents it from being visible in my network, so I tried to set a network ID. There’s a command to do so on UART: NIS, but this command seems to have no effect and PANS ide should only be changed over BLE (Which is impossible to me now)
I know I can do a real quick basic configuration for LowPower Tag mode with NMTL and this sets it to LP and so on but I still can’t find it on my DRTLS App…