Does elftosb 5.1.19 support KW38 / KW39 series?

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Does elftosb 5.1.19 support KW38 / KW39 series?

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wenhuafeng
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KW38/KW39 are not found in the series supported by elftosb 5.1.19. Which series does the KW38/KW39 BLE chip belong to?

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wenhuafeng
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Hi TIC,

Secure boot functions such as those described in document AN12283, not FLASH encryption functions.

TKS!

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nxf56274
NXP TechSupport
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Hi,

KW should belong to kinetis. You can have a try.

Have a great day,
TIC

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wenhuafeng
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Hi TIC,

I asked the technical support of nxp and said that the kw series elftosb does not support it, please help confirm?

thank you very much!

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nxf56274
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NXP TechSupport

Hi,

Yes. It seems the kw is different from kinetis series. I am not sure if it will be added in the future.

Have a great day,
TIC

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wenhuafeng
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Hi TIC,

Our project requires secure boot. Does the kw38/kw39 series support secure boot? No relevant information can be found on the nxp official website.

Thank you every much!

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nxf56274
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Hi,

No. If you want to protect your flash from reading or erasing. You can configure 'Flash configuration'.

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Have a great day,
TIC

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wenhuafeng
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Hi TIC,

Secure boot functions such as those described in document AN12283, not FLASH encryption functions.

TKS!

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