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K51 as USB Device: how to NAK a USB IN

Question asked by John Strohm on Jun 28, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 28, 2017 by Mark Butcher

USB 2.0 allows a Device to NAK a USB In request if it has no data to send.  This is normal.  We were using this on code that was originally developed on a TI Stellaris processor, then ported to the K51 when TI suddenly discontinued the Stellaris line.

 

Reviewing the K51 Sub-Family Reference Manual, I find no reference whatsoever to forcing a NAK condition.  Reviewing the USB code, I find no reference whatsoever to NAK in Device mode.

How do I force a NAK if I have nothing to send?

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