I bought an Arduino pro micro (looks like this) from a Chinese seller over E-Bay, for its HID interface.
I installed the Arduino software on my Linux machine (Kali Linux), and started writing a USB Rubber Ducky script, and converted it to Arduino using Dckuino.js, which usually works just fine.
I may have used either:
- The wrong programmer, or
- The wrong board type
because when I uploaded the sketch, it said it failed, but HID script still worked when I plugged it into my Mac.
The Mac came up with a
Keyboard Assistant, because it couldn't recognize the keyboard being use. So I plugged it back into my Linux machine, and it wouldn't recognize.
dmesg -wdidn't show any updates when re-plugging the Arduino.
- Changing USB chords didn't work.
- Switching over to windows,
Device Managerdidn't do the normal "refresh" when you plug in a new device, and there was nothing under
- The HID input didn't work on the Mac anymore, when plugging it in again.
- The inbuilt LED lights up when connected.
Is this a brick?
I can't seem to find any
reset button or header on the board, so I cant connect the ground and reset.
There is an
RST header, but I don't know what that is.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!