You answered your own question my friend...
Start at the end of your post and read backwards.... it's likely got something to do with the idle, it's supposed to be at about 1300 RPM/idle, when warmed up.
If it's at a grand or less..... funny the bike was still running. The 'lectronics, computer stuff, and much, much else
relies on 1300 RPM. Dial her up man, you know how right?
Do a search on the forum here for "stalls" and you will find commentary from the big brains that go into detail, but the one consistent factor was "IDLE TOO LOW/BELOW 1300"
Easy enough to try. I don't know what to think of the blinky LED thingies, but yours may have caused enough curiosity for you to learn about the idle- hope that's all it is man.
I been into the Corona tonight
and missed in your post that you did not know for sure how to dial up your idle.
Here you go brother, I left it 1500 px wide for detail. It's that little thumbwheel thingy. I fiddled with mine today at a stop sign in the middle of no where to tweak it. Once you know where it is, give it a slight turn, watch your tach, you will see soon enough which way to turn it. Easier if your off the bike, but you will get to doing it while sitting on the beast too, it's nothing.
Click the bar to ENLARGE the pic. The control you are seeking is indicated.... grasp that chunky part of the outward end, that looks like it's intended for thumbs and forefingers.... you don't need a wrench.
If you watch what it's doing when you turn it, you will see it's not rocket surgery, it's just moving a little end/bolt pecker kind of thing against that part of the throttle control there that is below that circle shaped deal, that your cables are both connected to. It's like a lawnmower (or a KLR)...
If you keep your hand in that general area, there isn't likely anything gonna burn you or suck you into the engine or anything. Fiddle with it with the bike RUNNING.