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Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC2650
Dear ladies and gentlemen, after I have already spent several hours browsing your very extensive Internet presence without success, I feel entitled to describe my problem here.I have the CC2650 launchpad, which I could start up with CCS Cloud and Project Zero a while ago.In order to carry out further developments within the framework of a study, I wanted to start with the Bluetooth Developer Studio according to your instructions.However, the file "ProjectZero.c" created in this case contains an include file with the path "ti / mw / display / Display.h", which however apparently can not be found in the ProjectZero stack or elsewhere.So I wanted to start again with the BLE Stack 2.2 and change from CCS Cloud to CCS Desktop at the same time. I wanted to create a completely new Project Zero. Now I had unfortunately to find that in the Resource Explorer no Project Zero files for CC2650 Launchpad to be found.Also a comprehensive research always brought only pages on which the Project Zero is linked to the CCS Cloud. This is problematic in that a downloaded version of CCS Cloud is not executable on CCS Desktop, since here too include files with wrong paths are used. Because _cloud paths are specified.I am so far only frustrated, because it was not possible for me after 3 days more like Project Zero over CCS Cloud on the CC2650 Launchpad to play.I would be happy if you could give me a link to a running ProjectZero project file for CCS Desktop, which is compatible with BLE Stack 2.2 and Bluetooth Developer Studio.Best regardsM G
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In reply to RachelP:
I am so grateful for your help!
The link you gave to the SimpleLink Academy v1.11 was the decisive point.
After I had the installed I could directly open the Project Zero in CCS Desktop. Also the programming ran fault-free.
Regarding the question where you can find links to Project Zero, I unfortunately disappoint you. I have no record about where I found this. At the moment i have only the following link: http://dev.ti.com/tirex/content/cc26xx_bluetooth_smart/cc26xx_bluetooth_smart__2.01.00.44423/Projects/ble/ProjectZero/project0_resources/prz/index.html
But I do not think that I have any problems with Project Zero and CCS Desktop either, it would be beneficial to add your link to the Simplelink Academy page in the Resource Explorer at the CC2650 LaunchPad. It would also be helpful to add a link in the Resource Explorer at the CC2650 LaunchPad to the Simplelink Academy page that explains how to use Bluetooth Developer Studio and CC2650. http://software-dl.ti.com/lprf/simplelink_academy/modules/ble_01_bds/ble_01_bds.html
At the moment, I am just grateful for your help, so I can finally start with my actual project.
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