Part Number: AWR1843
A common question regarding uniflash is how not to erase entire flash when flashing new binaries.
For example, a common use case is to store calibration coefficients in Flash. So, let's assume that we flash the calibration coefficients and then, after that, we have an updated version of the sw that needs to be flashed.
When using Uniflash with default configuration, the entire flash will be erased (formatted) and the calibration. In order not to erase the entire flash the following configuration must be modified.
Disable in “Settings&Utilities” the Format Check Box (see below)
When this checkbox is disabled the complete flash will not be erased
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