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TDA4VM: GPIO Timing Control

Part Number: TDA4VM

Hi team,

Here's an issue from the customer may need your help:

After a normal start up, including power reset, UBOOT, and kernel, all pins of the device can be pulled high and low in a software-programd order, right? There should not be cases where GPIOs or function pin from different domains are started together, correct?

The customer hopes that when the device starts up normally, the GPIO of the MCU domain or the main domain can be pulled high to control the power up of other power chips on the board. But this sequence, whether it's GPIO in the MCU domain or GPIO in the main domain, is pulled high and pulled low in the desired timing.

Could you help check this case? Thanks.

Best Regards,