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Will KSDK ever support *ALL* Kinetis devices?

Question asked by JIM MORRIS on Feb 4, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 15, 2016 by JIM MORRIS

I've built products around the Kinetis processors after going to a "Kinetis Freedom Day" event at my local Arrow office about 2 years ago, and the KSDK as used with the freedom boards was a big reason I went to the Kinetis on some of our new product designs.  I am using the MK10FN1M0VLQ12 as I need the memory and I/O, but don't need USB - most of what I do is either bus based or via serial ports.  I've been waiting for *ANY* of the MK10FN parts to be supported by KSDK for a long time now, and it sure looks like they are left out in the cold yet again with the release of KSDK 2.0.


Can anyone from NXP/Freescale comment on whether support will ever be added for the MK10FN series of parts?  Why is it not supported?  Not being able to use all the tools has affected us, as we did a LOT of development using an evaluation board and using KSDK, then found we could not retarget to our own designs that used the MK10FN series, and we had to rewrite a lot of code this past year.