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Issues using Segger J-Link with KDS

Question asked by lategoodbye on Aug 11, 2014
Latest reply on Aug 11, 2014 by lategoodbye

Hi,

 

i'm using Kinetis Design Studio 1.1.0 under Windows 7. Currently i'm facing the 2 issues.

 

Issue #1: Kinetis Design Studio 1.1.0 comes with new Segger driver and new J-Link firmware. If i try to debug an application with KDS i'm forced to update the J-Link firmware. So i start the update process. Unfortunately KDS don't know nothing about this firmware update and kill the update task at half of progress because of it's timeout.

 

As a workaround i tried the flash button which didn't interrupt the firmware update.

 

Issue #2: I've a custom board with a MK20 and a KL02Z. Each of them are connected to a Segger J-Link and both are connected to a single PC via USB. If i try to flash one of the Kinetis chips i always get a dialog to select the desired J-Link. So good, so far. Unfortunately sometimes KDS don't wait in debug mode for the dialog result and runs into an error because it took a wrong target (not J-Link). But if i use the flash button the problem do not happen.

 

BR Stefan Wahren

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