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In a loop, I am able to call UDP sendto a few times (sometimes once, sometimes up to six), but then it hangs on SimpleLinkWaitEvent(HCI_EVNT_SENDTO,...). I am sending to a non-broadcast address on the same WiFi network.
Looking at previous threads on the same subject, the oldest threads suggest to upgrade to the latest driver and latest patch. I am using the latest, which is now beyond those referred to in those older posts.
Why is this bug still existing if TI knew about it two versions ago?
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In reply to Jim Laskowski:
Question for TI: Is TI's latest product development and support team(s) the same for the new WiFi product as the CC3000? If so, I don't want to have anything to do with it. CC3000 was a horrible product. How can you fix a bug (UDP Hang) and then re-introduce it in later versions??? Have you heard of regression testing?
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