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Storing data in non volatile memory on KL43

Question asked by Piotr Cerba on Sep 28, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 19, 2015 by Bob Paddock

I am willing to save some program data in a non volatile memory on the board.

However, as I see KL43 does not have the EEPROM memory.

My question is: What to do if I want my configuration data to remain intact after powering off the device?


EDIT: I see that there is something like FlexMemory, however, I can't find if it is available in my board.