Please provide info on what SDK you are using, what exact files you are referring to. What are you using the SmartRF06EB for?
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Try to refer to Restore to the factory image section in Meet the SimpleLink LPSTK-CC1352R LaunchPad SensorTag Development Kit.
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In reply to YiKai Chen:
In reply to Mario Castaldo:
If you build multi_sensor (: \CC1352R1_LAUNCHXL\ble5stack\multi_sensor) using CCS and download it to your LBSTK-1352R, can it work?
Does your LPSTK-1352R ever work after you receive it?
Do you restore to the factory image by pressing BTN-1 (left button) during a boot/reboot using the following steps?
I did this on my LPSTK-2652R and it can recover to factory image. If you debug multi_sensor example on CCS, can it stop in main function after you debug and download the code?
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