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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Best approach for multiple MCU flashing.

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    Hi, 1) You could have 6 J-Links connected to the same PC and let them flash in parallel. (By starting 6 instances of JLinkExe in parallel) 2) You could build a JTAG chain where the 6 PCBs share TDI & TDO However, 2) has the disadvantage that you need…
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    Replied to the thread No Cortex-M SW Device found.

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    Hello, Is this a virgin device or is there already software running on it? If there is already software running on it, the SW might enter low power modes that can make the device becoming non-responsive. If there is a fallback for a device for such a…
  • What is the actual question? When you are debugging with Eclipse, you have a "resume" / "go" button. This will resume the program execution, meaning "leave debug mode and continue user program execution"
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] Jlink Command to identify the target prior to programming.

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    Hi, It works the other way around: You need to tell J-Link to what device you are connecting to (as you do for every IDE and compiler). So it is your responsibility that the settings are correct. Please note that there is no generic approach to…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] How to debug code in external RAM?.

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    Depends on your setup... You could also configure your Ozone project to do the following: 1) Download the BTL + app to internal flash + QSPI 2) Issue a reset to the device which halts before executing the code in internal flash 3) Set a BP onto the jump…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] r (reset) triggers flash write trace ....

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    Hi, Please cross out "flash breakpoints" here. This is totally unrelated. Hopefully this makes it clear: 1. J-Link is designed to work with multiple IDEs, including GDB. For most IDEs, there is no defined "Flash download start" and "flash download end"…