Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TEST, MSP-EXP430FR4133
I'm currently working on a university capstone project. One of my additional MCUs is the TI MSP430FR4133. I made a pcb to test out the MCU I'm currently looking to verify whether or not the schematic I produced should be programmable. I'm not sure if I'm missing any sort of hardware features necessary for programing custom hardware.
I'm having issues trying to flash the device via CCS with one of the example projects.
The Error I'm getting on CCS:
From what I've looked up so far it seems that it could be a hardware error.
This is the current schematic I'm using. Only thing that I think could be the issue is that I'm not currently running an external oscillator. I'm not sure if that matters or not. Maybe I needed to ground the XOUT and XIN pins.
I'm not sure what other additional context is necessary to further debug the issue. Could it be the project I'm using?
This is the launchpad I'm currently trying to use to flash the board: https://www.ti.com/tool/MSP-EXP430FR4133
SBWTIDO LP -> SBWTIDO my HW
SBWTCK - > SBWTCK my HW
3v3 -> 3v3
GND -> GND
I'm not sure if the uart connection was necessary but I also plugged the uart TX/RX to my LCD headers (no LCD connected) since those use the same pins as uart