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Raphael2
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Hello,

Under: S32 Design Studio for ARM Version 2018.R1

I followed the guide to simply toggle between the green and red LED.

https://community.nxp.com/t5/S32-Design-Studio-Knowledge-Base/HOWTO-Create-the-Blinking-LED-example-...

After building I debugged it, but the process takes between 3-4 minutes. I tried to build and debug it for RAM and flash but no difference. In debug process it gets stuck at around 50-60%. There are no errors and the program works after debug.

 

Under: MATLAB R2019b

I tried to flash the 'hello world' example in Simulink with the embedded coder and here Simulink and Matlab get stuck in the Building process and don't react anymore. After over 20 minutes I closed the process.

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I don't know if these warnings are of any importance.

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This are the last lines in Diagnostic Viewer.

I should add, that I had another s32k144 EVB and with this board the flashing process had no difficulties.

Because both programs take longer with this board I guess there is something wrong with the code transfer to the board.

How can I fix this?

 

Best regards

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Raphael2
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Hello again,

thank you @Robin_Shen , but actually this wasn't the problem.

The company laptop runs an encryption for the usb port by default which I had to disable.

Now both flashing variants I tried work as usual.

Best regards

Raphael

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Raphael2
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I need to add that I tried it with a new s32k144 EVB and still got the same problem

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Robin_Shen
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Hi Raphael2,

Please refer: MultLink connect target with a long time
Hope it helps.

If still not work, please try to delete the workspace and create a new workspace.

Best Regards,
Robin
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Raphael2
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Hello again,

thank you @Robin_Shen , but actually this wasn't the problem.

The company laptop runs an encryption for the usb port by default which I had to disable.

Now both flashing variants I tried work as usual.

Best regards

Raphael

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