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#1 June 19, 2010 10:48:33

Paul F.
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[Mspgcc-users] Do Not Flash your watch with the code on Github


Do Not Flash your watch with the code on Github athttp://github.com/psehorne/eZChronosI flashed my watch with this build a couple of day ago,
and the watch worked just fine. BUT now I when I
attempt to flash it with the same code using the same
BM application, I get an error that the attempt failed
to init the FET.

When I tried to reflash it with the TI code I get a message
that the device can't be identified.


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#2 June 19, 2010 12:09:12

Paul F.
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[Mspgcc-users] Do Not Flash your watch with the code on Github


Good news! I'm back in business.

Although I was not able to flash the device with the USB FET
I was able to flash it with the RFBSL, but even after reflashing
it with the TI firmware I still could not flash it with the USB FET.

However, I was able to flash it with the USB FET using the IAR
Workbench debug process, and after flashing it this way the USB
FET capability is back. I was able to flash it once again with the
BM Firmware Flash Tool via the USB FET.

Wee Hoo!

Paul

On 6/18/2010 9:48 PM, Paul F. Sehorne wrote:Do Not Flash your watch with the code on Github athttp://github.com/psehorne/eZChronosI flashed my watch with this build a couple of day ago,
and the watch worked just fine. BUT now I when I
attempt to flash it with the same code using the same
BM application, I get an error that the attempt failed
to init the FET.

When I tried to reflash it with the TI code I get a message
that the device can't be identified.

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