My Arduino UNO I bought directly from Arduino.cc, so I'm pretty certain it's not a cheap clone. I have a MacBook Pro El Capitan 10.11.5. My Java is 1.8, but I'm pretty sure that doesn't matter. I have never used Arduino before, though I know a good bit of programming and some about computers. Whilst setting up Arduino, the only serial port my computer/Arduino recognizes is
/dev/cu.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port. Please comment if there is more information I should provide.
Here is a screenshot of the Arduino IDE:
Finally, the command
ls /dev/tty.* outputs only
/dev/tty.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port. Is it possible no other serial ports exist for me?
Sorry for the barrage of pictures but I thought they'd help.
Things I have tried:
- Installing CH34x driver
I'm convinced it's not a driver issue though, as users and Arduino say that OS X does not need drivers installed to run Arduino
Turning off System Integrity with
csrutil --disableand also tried
csrutil --enable without kext
Installing a FTDI USB Serial Driver
Bought a new USB A/B cable, as many reported the cable was faulty. I am getting a green light on my board
Does anyone know why my computer and/or Arduino does not list more serial ports that work? It's as if I don't have any besides the one Bluetooth port. I've been getting frustrated over this for several hours, so a solution would be much appreciated :)! I've tried all the solutions I've seen on SE thus far, but maybe I'm missing something
Thank you ahead of time!