I was connecting the UART connections onto my Pi to try crack a Cisco Merkai.
Unfortunately, the ground connection hit a 5 V GPIO (hit GPIO2 or 4). My Raspberry Pi 2 boots however it does not do anything. The LEDs stay lit red and green solid.
The SD card that was in it at the time is fine as I have gotten it to boot by using my friend's Pi 3.
Is there any thing else I can do to determine the issue or will it better off giving my Pi 2 the send off it deserves and upgrade to a Pi 3?
I just want to see why it won't boot rather than fixing it... just making that clear.