Basically I fried a Piicodev ambient light sensor by wiring it up to the wrong pins on my Pico (yes, I should’ve just used the adapter).
Pico was connected via USB to my computer at the time, which promptly disconnected all my external USB devices as a safety measure. I smelled an odd burning smell from the light sensor.
The sensor is dead (tried it on a Pi 4B) but my Pico still connects to my computer and I can run scripts from Thonny.
Is it likely that my Pico I2C circuits are damaged? Should I get a new Pico just to be on the safe side?