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Hi Toby Pan,
Thank you for reply.when I am tryong to change I2C pins i could not able to change in sysconfig file. If I need to config another pin then I have to set USE HARDWARE as NONE .But I cannot able to change it. can you please let me know how to change default pins of uart,I2C and SPI
As an example, can you specify which pins you would like to use for I2C?
That way I can try to reproduce your issue and find a potential solution.
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In reply to Toby Pan:
1.For I2C I need to use SCL-IOID_6,SDA-IOID_5
In reply to LAKSHMI NIHARIKA Raviprolu73:
For I2C, you don't need to select "Use Hardware" as none. That is just a suggestion because this DIO6 is mapped to the red LED on the launchpad. Remove the Red LED in this case ("TI DRIVER APPS" --> "LED").
For UART, the first UART instance provided by default is for the Display. You can create a new UART instance and select the pins you want to use.
For SPI, DIO14 was used by BTN-2 (BTN_RIGHT) on the launchpad, so you will need to remove this ("TI DRIVER APPS" --> "Button").
Currently you will see build errors because the examples use launchpad hardware (CONFIG_BTN_RIGHT, etc).Feel free to modify the code to fit your project use case.
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