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Part Number: MSP-EXP430FR5969
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
Hi am Using Texas Instruments SmartRF Flash Programmer, connected it to IC M430FR5729 via JTag communication cable and the IC Is connected to 12V DC Supply, when I start to do flashing, the SmartRF Flash Programmer is showing that the device is unknown, But no other Application is actively using the MSP-FET, (Please take a look at the Attached Screen shot ) When i click on perform actions button the window is closing automatically
This programmer is mainly used to program the flash memory in Texas Instruments 8051-based low-power RF wireless MCUs, not the MSP430FR5729. A better option for your programming needs would be to use Uniflash. This programmer is always updated to support the latest devices from our product line.
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Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
Part Number: MSP-FET430UIF
In reply to umashankar bhukya:
I went ahead and merged your latest posts with this thread because it is regarding the same exact issue. Please try to keep support for a specific topic local to the original thread so that a resolution is easily tracked.
My answer is still the same as stated above:
"This programmer is mainly used to program the flash memory in Texas Instruments 8051-based low-power RF wireless MCUs, not an MSP430FRxx device. A better option for your programming needs would be to use Uniflash. This programmer is always updated to support the latest devices from our product line."
Please refrain from making duplicate posts regarding the same issue. I am going to merge this post with the original thread.
In reply to Matt Calvo:
Thanks for reply
Yes, Matt, I tried with UniFlash Programmer as well, when i put monitor device in AUTO, it is showing "No debug probes/devices detected". Please give me suggestions best way to do Flashing
Setup using for flashing
Screen Shot of UniFlash Programmer
The cause of the "No debug probes/devices detected" could be the result of an assortment of hardware/software issues. Could you please provide a schematic of the board you are trying to debug? From the picture you provided, it looks like the USB cable is frayed and that might be causing issues as well. You may want to try a new cable. You will also want to double check that the JTAG signals connected from the programmer to your board follow the recommended connections in the MSP430 Hardware Tools User's Guide (Figure 2-1, 2-2, or 2-3 depending on your project).
Its been a couple of days since hearing from you. Have you been able to make any progress in your testing with regards to my previous comment?
I am going to go ahead and mark this thread as "TI Thinks Resolved". If this is not the case please reply back with the status of your issue.
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