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[中文翻译版] 见附件   原文链接: https://community.nxp.com/docs/DOC-343043
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Regarding to the "Reprogramming a KW36 device using the OTAP Client Software" and "Reprogramming a KW35 device using the OTAP Client Software" documents, there are some additional steps to debug the OTAP client software in the specific case when you use MCUXpresso together with a P&E micro debug probe. Just before to program the OTAP client project (the second software), the user must do the following: Open the "Debug Configurations" view clicking on the green bug as depicted below. Go to the "Debugger" perspective and search the "Advanced Options" button. Enable the "Preserve this range (Memory Range 0)" checkbox, and edit the textbox "From: 0" To: 1fff" for the KW36 device or "From: 0 To: 3fff" for the KW35 device. After to flash the device, disconnect and connect again. If everything it's OK, the RGB LED must blink (If you are using an FRDM board). Then, test the demo as described in the document.
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The FRDM-KW36 comes with the OpenSDA circuit which allows users to program and debug the evaluation board. There are different solutions to support such OpenSDA circuits: 1. The J-Link (SEGGER) firmware.  2. The CMSIS-DAP (mbed) firmware. The FRDM-KW36 comes pre-programmed with the CMSIS-DAP firmware. However, if you want to update the firmware version, you need to perform the next steps.  Press and hold the Reset button (SW1 push button in the board).  Unplug and plug the FRDM-KW36 again to the PC.  The board will be enumerated as "DAPLINKBOOT" device. Drag and drop the binary file to update the OpenSDA firmware.  If the J-Link version is programmed, the board will be enumerated as "FRDM-KW36J". On the other hand, if the CMSIS-DAP version is programmed, the board will be enumerated as "FRDM-KW36". The binary for the J-link version can be downloaded from the next link: SEGGER - The Embedded Experts - Downloads - J-Link / J-Trace  The binary for the CMSIS-DAP version can be found in the next link: OpenSDA Serial and Debug Adapter|NXP    Hope this helps... 
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