I’ve not used/programmed any Arduino on my new MacBook Pro 2016 (with only USB-C), but I have an old Uno Rev2 (Original) which was always working great.
Today, I try to plug it in, in receives power but isn’t recognized by MacOS. I tried removing Apple FTDI drivers and replacing them by 2.4.2 from FTDI, still nothing (even after reboots).
I’m plugging it via an original Apple adapter USB-C to USB-A. I also tried to manually load the kext files:
➜ ~ sudo kextload -b com.FTDI.driver.FTDIUSBSerialDriver
➜ ~ kextstat | grep FTDI
182 0 0xffffff7f89285000 0x7000 0x7000 com.FTDI.driver.FTDIUSBSerialDriver (2.4.2) E16D9540-AF63-36AD-94C4-B1164FBD6078 <120 53 5 4 3 1>
Then I tried to plug in the Arduino, but Arduino IDE 1.8.5 doesn’t find it and here is a search in “/dev”:
➜ ~ ls /dev | grep serial
➜ ~ ls /dev | grep usb
Any idea please?