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Hello - k53n512 tower board 'brick'

Question asked by richard lowes on Nov 27, 2014
Latest reply on Jan 27, 2015 by rickli

While minding my own business and innocently trying out 'example' programs, I had 'processor expert' pop up in one of the IDE's I was

trying.

 

This has probably reconfigured internal GPIO assignments that control power/reset modes.

 

End of day, K53N512 tower board is bricked. The nice people at P + E Micro will gladly sell me (400 usd) a jlinkish debugger

and a mini app that prompts you to power up/down the board, and attempts to halt before the 'dangerous' area, and let you erase the flash.

 

Hey Freescale - isn't there an easier way to erase the flash and start again non-brick mode?

 

Thanks

Richie

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