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.
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.