Over the last few days my Leap has been stuck in an endless firmware update loop. If I restart the computer it will go back to normal, and the firmware will say 1.7.0. But then after a short while it will try to update the firmware and get stuck again. I tried the firmware reset tool but it didn't do anything.
The weird thing is, it after it starts updating, the log says it is updating to 1.7.0, and in the About section it says firmware unknown. Here is the log:
[11:00:24] [Info] Connected to Leap Service
[11:00:24] [Info] Tracking resumed
[11:24:39] Device stopped sending frames. Attempting to restart streaming.
[11:24:39] Leap Motion Controller authentication failed.
[11:24:39] Unhandled exception: Leap Motion Controller authentication failed.
[11:24:39] Scorch exception: Leap Motion Controller authentication failed.
[11:24:39] [Info] Tracking paused
[11:24:39] Leap Motion Controller disconnected: S329A031626
[11:25:33] Leap Motion Controller detected: ��������������
[11:25:33] [Info] Tracking resumed
[11:25:53] Unhandled exception: The device has been detached from the system
[11:25:53] The device has been detached from the system
[11:25:53] [Info] Tracking paused
[11:25:53] Firmware version: Unknown
[11:25:53] Leap Motion Controller firmware version Unknown is out of date.
[11:25:53] Initiating firmware upgrade to version 1.7.0.
[11:25:53] Do not unplug your Leap Motion Controller.
[11:25:53] If upgrade fails, please visit http://support.leapmotion.com to troubleshoot.
[11:25:53] [Info] Leap Motion Controller firmware update in progress
I am using the most recent Windows 10 (Japanese region)
Is there a fix for this issue, or if not, a way to disable the firmware update? I have unchecked the automatic updates box, but it hasn't done anything.