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CCS/CC1310: Having trouble programming E70 Ebytes that contains CC1310
Part Number: CC1310
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
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I just have the same situation with e70). thank
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In reply to PM:
Make sure the JTAG pins are mapped correctly in CC1310_LAUNCHXL.c/h
In reply to Alexis Crandall20:
Hello!!! Thanks for the help. I'm not too described the actions produced by me. Now I have such a situation.
I connected my E70 (E70-433t14s2) According to the following scheme
14 pin e70 reset - > R (Launchpad cc1310)
8 VCC - > 3V3
9 GND - >GND
18 TCKС- > TCK
19 TMSK - > TMS
removed the jumpers,
at me sometimes e70 is recognized as cc1310 and the smart RF goes to setup of packets, modulation, etc. but more often there is such error (PIC 1.)
Sometimes this (Unknown):
Tried erase firmware through Flash Programmer 2 (perhaps need Uniflash or others utilities) follow through:
do I need a flag on KEEP CCFG ?. he put or removed the state remains the same.
the problem is that sporadically there is a recognition of e70 as cc1310 or there is an error that debugging is blocked. And after manipulations with FLASH-PROGRAMMER-2.
will installation and firmware via CCS help somehow?
it is necessary to create a new question discussion?
version smartRF Studio 2.15.0
Flash Programmer v2 1.8.1
probably with the files CC1310_LAUNCHXL.c/h and JTAG Pinout everything is fine once e70 is recognized (sometimes)
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