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CC2510: Flash lock protection bits
I bought a CC2510 programmer from e-Labs and found that a window in their progammer software which should actually reflect the current state of the flash lock protection bits is misbehaving (It shows that all sectos are always write protected). I consultet their e-Labs support and the developer stated that he knows the problem and assumes that this is a bug by the CC2510.
Is this a known issue?
Can the current status really not read back?
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