This is too broad a description. Can you provide more details like your platform and what have you done?
I am using the BCM20737S WICED Sense tag (the red one), which was working \normally' before I started working with it.
I attached some peripherial devices to the board (8 FSRs via an ads7828 communicating by the i2c lines on the WICED tag board). However, when I re-inserted the battery, I found that the red led indicating that it was 'awake' wouldn't turn on. Thinking that perhaps the peripherals were drawing too much power, I disconnected the ads and the FSRs. In this state, when I re-insert the battery, the tag 'awakens' (indicated by the lighting up of the red led), however, it doesn't not come up on my list of bluetooth devices anymore.
Can you still program the device using the SDK?
If not, you may want to run the recover process that is linked here in the WICED Sense Table of Contents
The WICED Sense board was not really created for development (as an out of the box experience kit only), so sometimes you need to recover the device to get it working correctly.
The TAG3 development board is a better option for serious development activity.
Yeah, I can still program the device. In fact the code that I am using is functioning normally for the other devices that I have in my possession. It's just this particular one that is proving difficult.
Hello Mona Lisa,
Try running the hello_sensor App on it and see if it is discoverable