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Part Number: MSP-EXP432P401R
We are trying to utilize the MSP-EXP432P401R dev kit as a JTAG debugger in order to be able to load code and debug on a custom board using the CC2650MODA. We would first like to try loading code on the CC2650 Booster pack in order to ensure we are successfully able to do so. We are using the latest version of Code Composer at the time of posting this and have read the User's Guide. So far we understand that the jumpers between the XDS110 and the MSP432 side need to be removed in order to use the debugger externally. We then connected J102 (JTAG connection) from the development board to the Booster pack but receive error "Unable to access device register" when trying to compile the our code onto the CC2650 Booster Pack. Can anyone help explain a bit more on how to use the XDS110 Debug probe externally to the CC2650 Booster pack so that we may be able to load code onto our custom board?
The JTAG Connection , J102, will not supply power unless the JP102 is shorted.
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