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Moving project from rt1050 to rt1060

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tae_kim
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I have a custom board with rt1050 for my project and recently upgraded to rt1060. 

I am using p&e multilink to debug.

From the data sheets and general consensus, I shouldn't have to change too much on my current project / settings.

When debugging I get errors like connection errors, gdb errors, pointing to random 0X######## locations.

What are some settings that I must change in the MCUXpresso IDE as well as what I must change in code?

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jeremyzhou
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Hi,

Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and
for the opportunity to serve you.
I think I need to gather more information about the question, so I was wondering if you can introduce the steps of changing a project from RT1050 to RT1060 in detail.
Looking forward to your reply.

TIC

 

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tae_kim
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The current board has MIMX RT1052 DVL6B

   Project settings: SDK_2.x_EVKB-IMXRT1050 (Version 2.6.1)

                              Chip = MIMXRT1052xxxxB

                              Package = MIMXRT1052DVL6A

                              Processor = cm7

                              MCU Driver = MIMXRT1050-EVK_S26KS512S.cfx

   Memory configuration: (The only change I made for rt1060 was increase SRAM_OC from 0x40000 to 0xC0000)

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I have the same board with upgraded mcu: MIMX RT1062 DVL6A, which should have same pin out and just double  the memory.

I have tried running the program with different combination of project settings and drivers (RT1060 chip, package, drivers, etc) but get errors like:

   "Break at address "0x20d108" with no debug information available, or outside of program code."

or

   No source available for "(gdb[3].proc[42000].threadGroup[i1],gdb[3].proc[42000].OSthread[1]).thread[1].frame[0]" 

or

   sometimes just connection errors,

I assumed that since the rt1052 & rt1062 is very similar that the only necessary changes were project/memory settings. Where should I begin to change so that the project can be run on the new board? What software changes are necessary?

Thank you.

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jeremyzhou
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NXP TechSupport

Hi ,

Thanks for your reply.
Firstly, We'd highly recommend the developer don't migrate the demo project as you did, it may encounter a variety of weird issue when program and debug the migrated project.
So please follow the steps to do migration work.
1. Download the SDK library for the RT1062.
2. Use a simple demo from the SDK library as the template demo, then do the migration work for it.

Have a great day.

TIC

 

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