(Bug?)What happens to the processor and USBPHY if you set the bits SFTRST and CLKGATE of CTRL register at the same time?

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(Bug?)What happens to the processor and USBPHY if you set the bits SFTRST and CLKGATE of CTRL register at the same time?

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Hello,

I am trying to deinitialize the USB and USBPHY peripherals after the usb cable got detached from the processor. Because I copied the code from initialization I had the following line of code to stop USBPHY (only changed from clear to set)

USBPHY->CTRL_SET = USBPHY_CTRL_SET_SFTRST_MASK | USBPHY_CTRL_SET_CLKGATE_MASK;

With this line the core shows some unexpected behaviour: IAR EWARM/Jlink SOMETIMES show the following message

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I don't know what the processor is doing if the error happens I had to restart debugging every time.

---- "WORKAROUND"

In the above shown line it does not really make sense to set SFTRST and CLKGATE at the same time because if you set SFTRST the USBPHY clock will be gated automatically.Therefore if you use the following line instead of the line above everything works as expected.

USBPHY->CTRL_SET = USBPHY_CTRL_SET_SFTRST_MASK;

 

What happens to the processor and USBPHY if you set the bits SFTRST and CLKGATE  of USBPHY CTRL register at the same time?

Kind regards,

Stefan

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Hi Stefan,

Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and
for the opportunity to serve you.
1) What happens to the processor and USBPHY if you set the bits SFTRST and CLKGATE of USBPHY CTRL register at the same time?
-- If the CLKGATE bit works in advance of FIRST, it will cause the error you encountered, as after setting the CLKGATE bit, the USB operation would become disabled and other more register operations will be illegal too.
So the developer should be careful about that.

Have a great day,
TIC

 

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Hi Stefan,

Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and
for the opportunity to serve you.
1) What happens to the processor and USBPHY if you set the bits SFTRST and CLKGATE of USBPHY CTRL register at the same time?
-- If the CLKGATE bit works in advance of FIRST, it will cause the error you encountered, as after setting the CLKGATE bit, the USB operation would become disabled and other more register operations will be illegal too.
So the developer should be careful about that.

Have a great day,
TIC

 

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Senior Contributor I

Hello Jeremy,

thank you for your support! I think it would be good to mention that in the reference manual

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that setting CLKGATE and SFTRST at the same time will result in an error.

Kind regards,

Stefan