Recently got a board made which is very similar to the KeyFob, however we dropped the buzzer and accelerometer and used a few other chips which are application specific (so basically only GPIO connection changes). Since we were unable to find the F256 in stock anywhere, we went with the F128. I'm trying to install the SimpleBLEPeripheral built for the F128 KeyFob onto my board to test with the HostTestApp. Problem is, when I download and debug the program, it gets stuck at line 128 of OSAL_SimpleBLEPeripheral.c in a seemingly infinite loop.
The line is: LL_Init( taskID++ );
I can't go any further into this function because it's a part of TI's hidden libraries and I have little idea as to how else I can debug from here. Does anyone have any ideas on what the problem might be?
Here is the compiled log size just in case:
118 894 bytes of CODE memory 26 bytes of DATA memory (+ 70 absolute ) 6 246 bytes of XDATA memory 192 bytes of IDATA memory 8 bits of BIT memory 4 257 bytes of CONST memoryErrors: noneWarnings: none
Thanks in advance,
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