How to burn images of dual-core projects into chips (LPC54114)

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How to burn images of dual-core projects into chips (LPC54114)

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I'm using MCUXpresso to build a dual-core project. When I debugged it as the official document says -- start a debug thread for M4 and another for M0, I found 2 cores worked quite well. I thought the image for M4 and M0 had burned into the chip.

But after stop debugging and resetting LPC54114, nothing happened.

So, how to create a image contains M4 and M0's code? And in what way can we burn the image into the chip?

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Hi Chen,

MCUXpresso IDE multicore project setup merges the M0 image into the M4 one.

So you just need download M4 core image to Flash. and this is the finial one.

Please try it and let me know how it works for you.


Have a great day,
Jun Zhang

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Hi Chen,

MCUXpresso IDE multicore project setup merges the M0 image into the M4 one.

So you just need download M4 core image to Flash. and this is the finial one.

Please try it and let me know how it works for you.


Have a great day,
Jun Zhang

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