How to find FRDM-KL03Z in kinetis design studio ?

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How to find FRDM-KL03Z in kinetis design studio ?

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volkancoskun
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Hello I simply want to use kinetis design studio with ksdk 1.2.0 but when I start a new project and want to find the FRDM-KL03z processor it isnt located there ? Is there any way to add my board into the supported device list in kinetis design studio ?

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harshpatel
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Hello

 

 Attached here with step by step images to create new project for FRDM-KL03z. please go through it.

  NOTE:  Hope you are using kinetis design studeo 3.1.0 and SDk 1.3.0. 

Let me know if any....

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Harsh

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harshpatel
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Hello

 

 Attached here with step by step images to create new project for FRDM-KL03z. please go through it.

  NOTE:  Hope you are using kinetis design studeo 3.1.0 and SDk 1.3.0. 

Let me know if any....

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MARK it as correct if this post answers your question.

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Regards,

Harsh

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DavidS
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Hi Volkan,

I am assuming you are using KDS3.0 and have installed KSDK_1.2.

Now please read: C:\Freescale\KSDK_1.2.0\doc\Getting Started with Kinetis SDK (KSDK) v.1.2.pdf .

Start with chapter 5 Run a demo using Kinetis Design Studio IDE.

It will show you how to associate the KSDK1.2 to KDS.  This will allow KDS to know what devices/MCUs are supported with KSDK1.2.

When you create a new project, then KL03Z will be available and a new project will be instantiate with or without PE (Processor Expert) support (your decision).

Hope this helps.

Regards,

David

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