Pins 2.0 assignment issues for MCIMX7D7DVK10SC

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Pins 2.0 assignment issues for MCIMX7D7DVK10SC

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mattdavis
Contributor I

I have encountered errors configuring MCIMX7D7DVK10SC using Pins 2.0

 

Pin assignment issues:
      AH01 - VSS-088 (Other VSS pins are X'ed out, should this be X'ed out as well?)
      W27 - should be DRAM_DATA16
      Y28 - should be DRAM_DATA19
      AA26 - should be DRAM_DATA20
      AB26 - should be DRAM_DATA21
      AB27 - should be DRAM_DATA22
      AB28 - should be DRAM_DATA23

 

Power group issue:

      Power group ADC2_VDDA_1P8 doesn't exist for the 12x12 package

 

I have attached a .mex file with these pins selected. The values shown do not match the datasheet.

 

What is the proper channel to request a fix for these issues?

 

Thank you.

Original Attachment has been moved to: MCIMX7D7DVK10SC---errors.mex.zip

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Yuri
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hello,

  i.MX Pins Tool 2 is under reconstruction now regarding i.MX7 configurations.

Please try it later. Nevertheless, I will forward Your information to the team for

correction.  IMX7 Datasheet is correct. 

Regards,

Yuri.

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mattdavis
Contributor I

Hi Yuri,

Do you plan to fix these errors any time soon?

Thank you,

Matt

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markruthenbeck
NXP Pro Support
NXP Pro Support

Matt,

The current tool download has this fixed. Thank you for reporting this bug.

mark

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mattdavis
Contributor I

Thanks Mark,

How do I get these changes? Do I need to download and reinstall the tool again? Is there a version that I can reference to verify that I have the latest bug fixes?

Matt

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markruthenbeck
NXP Pro Support
NXP Pro Support

Matt,

You can update the tool without a re-install. Please download and install the update and patch which can be found at Pins Tool for i.MX Application Processors|NXP 

mark

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Yuri
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

yes, of course.

~Yuri. 

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