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  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Such an issue is not known to us. Generally our software stays backwards compatible so if you use the exact same settings in both versions it should keep working. You seem to be working for a silicon vendor, in this case could you open a support ticket through our official support channels? More information can be found in my signature. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello DG12, Thank you for your feedback. We will discuss internally if this could be implemented in future. However currently we see the issue that it could break backwards compatibility to customers using commands scripts which could result to unexpected behaviour. Should you be looking into writing your own custom version of J-Link Commander we also offer the J-Link SDK which comes with the J-Link Commander source as an example so you can modify it as you see fit. segger.com/products/debug-pro…

  • Hello, Did you try to open the mentioned web control link in your folder? Quote from Wiki: “A web version is also available via localhost:19080/ on all platforms. ” Which J-Link software version are you using? Could you try the latest one? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Quote from cvicens: “The problem is that I don't have an .elf loader file. Where would I get the appropriate file for my device? ” You need to write your own. How is explained here: wiki.segger.com/Adding_Support…ng_SEGGER_Embedded_Studio There is no precompiled flash loader for this device yet as the target device is unknown to us. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The LH75401 is an ARM7 which have some specialties when it comes to connection speeds. Setting it to automatic speed will not work as the automatic speed will most likely be to fast. We recommend using a connections speed of <100 kHz for that target device. Does connection work reliably then? Could you provide a screenshot of an J-Link Commander session with the slowed down speed? wiki.segger.com/J-Link_cannot_…ty_using_J-Link_Commander Best regards, Nino

  • J-Trace and IAR

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    Hello Gawie, Yes IAR will utilize the 64 MB on board buffer so depending of the target speed and created trace data this can be enough to reconstruct the last couple of seconds. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Dirk, Great to hear that you are up and running again. As the initial inquiry has been solved this thread will be closed now. Best regards, Nino

  • Hi Russ, Oh OK, I assumed you already gave our sales team the MAC addresses, sorry for the confusion. When choosing the "right" MAC address we recommend choosing a physical one which is build into your PC, like the Ethernet controller or build in Wifi. If you are not sure which to choose simply provide our sales team with all devices available under ES->Tools->License Manager->Diagnose Problems. They will then figure out the right MAC addresses for you. Best regards, Nino

  • [SOLVED] Ozone

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    Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. We received your inquiry via e-mail in parallel. For future inquiries please try to use only one contacting channel, otherwise it can happen that information gets lost between channels which can lead to unnecessarily delayed responses. To answer your question in short (for other forum users too). You should also have received an answer vai e-mail. Downloading multiple files in one session: yes Downloading debug information from multiple elf files at once:no, th…

  • J-Trace and IAR

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    Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. IAR unfortunately does not support any streaming trace features. For the best trace experience we recommend using Ozone the J-Link debugger. It can be used for free with a J-Trace PRO and works with IAR output formats. So you can compile your application with your current IDE and debug it in Ozone with all J-Trace PRO features active. segger.com/products/development-tools/ozone-j-link-debugger/ A List with Tested Devices for tracing can be found here: segger.co…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Native J-Link support in GHS debugger has been removed by Greenhills a while ago. So at this current point in time we can't give any assistance with Greenhills setups as they are no longer supported. For any setup related issues we suggest contacting Greenhills support. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Quote from Mron: “I've seen this as an old issue that was fixed about 4 years ago with nRF51 Dongles. Any help is appreciated. ” If that is the case then it should work with nRF52 as all eval boards known to us with nRF and J-Link OB use the exactly same J-link OB. Looking at the referenced dongle it seems like there is not J-link OB at all: nordicsemi.com/Software-and-To…ment-Kits/nRF52840-Dongle Quote from Nordic: “The dongle has been designed to be used as a…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. We can't find any information about the ZGM130S037HGN. Could you provide a reference link? What Coretype is it? Currently supported devices can be found here: segger.com/products/debug-prob…pported-cpus-and-devices/ Should your Core type be listed you can also add support yourself: wiki.segger.com/Adding_Support_for_New_Devices Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. This sounds like an incompatibility of the elf file with current standards. Could you provide us with the elf file so we could check if there is a generic issue with Ozone interpreter? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Russ, Thank you for your inquiry. If I see correctly you have purchased Mac locked ES licenses. In that case at some point you provided our sales team with MAC addresses of your PCs to lock the licenses to. Additionally you should have received a downloadlink where you can access your licenses. Is this correct so far? Each license should come with its own .zip file which contains the license and a .txt with it. That .txt will show which MAC address the license is locked to. Now you need to…

  • Hi Dirk, Quote from dzabel: “(the "v3" seems strange to me, I have installed the SES v4.10a, but there is no "v4" folder). ” This is due to backwards compatibility as between v3 and v4 there were no changes for package handling so the name was kept to avoid multiple package databases. Quote from dzabel: “I find various *.xml files below the nRF folder, but NO file named "nrf52_Registers.xml". ” You should see the file in SEGGER Embedded Studio\v3\packages\nRF\XML There are files nrf51_Registers.…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Such an issue is not known to us. Embedded Studio will only display what data it finds in the RTT buffer. So it is save to assume that for some reason "garbage" data is written into RTT Buffer. RTT is provided in source form so it should be easily debuggable when unwanted data is read from the buffer. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Such an issue is not known to us. J-Link will usually only delete used sectors and leave everything else untouched. Did you verify that the application that has been downloaded at all? What target devices are you debugging? Is it on custom hardware or an eval board? Could you provide an example project for reproduction on an eval board? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Joe, Thank you for your inquiry. When importing more complex projects from IAR or Keil to Embedded Studio there are certain steps that need to be considered regarding compatibility. An example guide for a proper import can be found here: wiki.segger.com/SEGGER_Embedde…to_SEGGER_Embedded_Studio The example is for IAR but the same points apply to Keil as well. Should the imported project still fail after following the steps we suggest contacting ST support in regards of ST HAL issues as that…

  • Hello, Thank you for the update. Good to hear that you are up and running again. This thread will be closed now. Best regards, Nino