iMX8ULP always-on 1hz refresh rate display example of AN13914

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iMX8ULP always-on 1hz refresh rate display example of AN13914

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ferringer1
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Hello Community,

we do have an iMX8ULP evaluation board with the corresponding LCD display. While the display itself works fine under Linux, we are not able to the the 1Hz always-on display example from AN13914 running. Everything seems to work (we can reproduce the power consumption numbers etc), but the screen stays just black. We don't see any activity on the screen whatsoever.

Has anyone been able to get this demo running?

Regards,

Markus

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ferringer1
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As it turns out, there are two binary files in the ZIP file: 
flash_aod_RK055AHD091.bin
flash_aod_RK055MHD091.bin

*NOT* according to the description of the AN, you have to flash the second one, with the "M" in it. Works now.

Is there any chance to get the sourcecode of the M33 binaries? I cannot find it in the examples of the SDK.

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Zhiming_Liu
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi @ferringer1 

 

Please check the steps refering the AN.

 

Best Regards

Zhiming

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ferringer1
Contributor III

As it turns out, there are two binary files in the ZIP file: 
flash_aod_RK055AHD091.bin
flash_aod_RK055MHD091.bin

*NOT* according to the description of the AN, you have to flash the second one, with the "M" in it. Works now.

Is there any chance to get the sourcecode of the M33 binaries? I cannot find it in the examples of the SDK.

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bernhardfink
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi Markus,

isn't it more or less this one:  ..\SDK_2_15_000_EVK-MIMX8ULP\boards\evkmimx8ulp\demo_apps\low_power_display

This is of course just the M33 part of it, the much bigger binaries from the app note software package also include the rest of the boot image.

 

Regards,
Bernhard.

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