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Contributor I

hi i want tool to program and debug a custom board with KDS, i want use kinetis K70 in custom board, and I would like that could also be used to to debug i.mx6 for the future.

I look for a tool like PIC ICD3 for example, but for Kinetis

thanks

PD: sorry for my english

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NXP TechSupport

Hi,

In general, we recommend customer to use P&E USB Multilink Universal tool or Segger  J-Link tool.

And for the cost consideration, it also could use Kinetis FROM board embedded OpenSDA debugger tool, such as FRDM-KL05Z.

Wish it helps.


Have a great day,
Ma Hui

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NXP TechSupport

Hi,

In general, we recommend customer to use P&E USB Multilink Universal tool or Segger  J-Link tool.

And for the cost consideration, it also could use Kinetis FROM board embedded OpenSDA debugger tool, such as FRDM-KL05Z.

Wish it helps.


Have a great day,
Ma Hui

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Contributor I

thank you very much,

the Segger says that does not implement SWO for KDS IDE, this is important?

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Senior Contributor II

SWO enables things like printf and variable watching, but I don't think it's the only way to get those features.  I am able to set watches just fine in my code without SWO, and if I really need printf, I enable semihosting and my console output appears in a dedicated window in KDS, which is nice.

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