if you cannot see the photo, here are the links: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7RECM1HBpbWUEh5SjZwWnpwcDA/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7RECM1HBpbWSnBLNm9HWTQ0LWM/view?usp=sharing
Excuse my soldering, it was my first time with a really bad and cheap solder
I am planning to build a garden with a soil moisture sensor with an Arduino nano and found out that you can use two nails and some wires. When I hooked up the wires, I got an output that worked fine, but the problem is that I accidentally touched the two nails together and realized I may have short circuit my board so I checked the board for any burnt parts and I couldn't seem to find any. I then tried to attach a led and it didn't light up. I then tried reattaching the nails to the board and I still got an input so the analog inputs work just not the digital outputs. By the way, there is no problem when I plug my board into my computer, it recognizes the board just like it always had. So my question is did I ruin my board for good and have to buy a new one, or is it some soldering issue because not all the pins are correctly soldered on.
P.S: This is an Arduino Nano Chinese copy.