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LAUNCHXL-CC3235S: Some issues about PORTABLE example in SDK.

Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC3235S

Hi team,

Here's the request from the customer:

The SDK version is simplelink_cc32xx_sdk_5_20_00_06 and when testing the example PORTABLE which contains two threads, one is the serial port printing temperature, and the other is the temperature detection and alarm.

Costomer found that when pressing the buttom of CC3235S-LAUNCHXL, The current temperature data could not be printed in the serial port and the serial port printed is always: (h for help).

How to make it print temperature data in the serial port?

Could you help check this case? Thanks.

Best Regards,                                                            


  • Hey Nick,

    Has the customer pressed 't' on the serial terminal? The temperature should then print. 

  • Hi Sabeeh,

    Customer found that there is a switch condition judgment in the program and he directly write it as switch(t'), but he still can't print the current temperature via serial terminal. Where is the problem?

    Customer wants to achieve: as soon as the button of the development board is pressed, the current temperature can be automatically printed via the serial port. How to help him?

    Best Regards,                                                            


  • I can not comment nor provide support if the customer has made modifications to either the board or the software. The demo should work unmodified. Please revert changes and follow the instructions that are included in the project, like README.html. 

    After reverting changes, please ask customer to re-flash the board. Also, ensure that jumpers J19 and J20 are set, these are the jumpers that connect to the I2C device. I can confirm if they send a picture of the board. 

  • As an example, when I press 'h' and 't' on the serial terminal, I get the following output: