I came across some problems using the SNV API to access the flash memory.
I would like to write one byte of data to several IDs (say e.g. id from 0x80 to 0x90), so I execute osal_snv_write( id, sizeof(uint8), &byte). This works well the first time I run the code. But when I reset the chip afterwards and do the same procedure again, writing to the IDs fails. The only way to get it running again is erasing the flash with the TI flash tool and copying the firmware afterwards.
Has anybody experienced something like this or does anybody know what to do?
I appreciate your answers or hints.
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