I've got a setup with the Pan1315 connected to the experimenter board trying to run both of the Bluetooth demo applications provided with the Mindtree stack. (using MSP4305438a) Both demo applications (accel and temp) compile fine and load and run initially but evently the software gets hung up. The hangup occurs when trying to turn the Bluetooth on. For example, in the 'temp' demo, using the joystick to click BLUETOOTH : OFF causes the hangup, whereas the accel demo hangs immediately. In each case, the red LED blinks rapidly at first and then either gets stuck on or off when the SW crashes, where nothing else happens and the menu gets stuck. I've tried this on two separate boards and used the supplied binaries as well as my own compiled binaries and have had the same issue.
The only thing I've noticed is that the IAR compiler is giving me a Stack Overrun warning when debugging. This happens in the Temp demo app before anything else is done, meaning I'm still able to navigate the menu after I get the warning. I'm working to resolve the Stack issue but was wondering if anyone else had anything quick for me to try. Thanks.
No sooner do I post this before finding the answer immediately. Powering the board through USB doesn't seem to work. Switching power to the batteries resolves the issue. Does anyone know why this would be?
We recommend referring to MSP430+Bluetooth WiKi pages, which includes detailed install guide.http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/MSP430_Bluetooth_Platform
Please verify that RF3 plug is installed and jumpers 1 & 2 on PAN1315ETU (Bluetooth connectivity board) are shorted.
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