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LPC4370 M0SUB core Jtag access accidentally disabled

Question asked by Zhengyang Qu on Jul 15, 2018
Latest reply on Jul 19, 2018 by Zhengyang Qu

I encountered the same problem as mentioned in this thread.

 BUT I found something interesting. Hope someone can solve the problem.

 

lpcscrypt.exe queryOTPMem

0x40045000 200000e0 00724f66 143905b3 00408187
0x40045010 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
0x40045020 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
0x40045030 20000080 00400000 00000000 00408000
0x40045040 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
0x40045050 83d9a706 9ec0e9d3 52ed8912 d44f2a3e
0x40045060 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
0x40045070 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

lpcscrypt.exe querypartdetailed

partID = 0x200000e0 0
decode = LPC43S70: - No Internal Flash
Core Clock = 180000000
Decoding: b100000000000000000000011100000
0:1 b00 USB0 USB2.0 HS
2:3 b00 USB1 USB2.0 HS (extern ULP)
4:6 b110 AES Capable
7 b1 CAN0 Disabled
8 b0 ETH Enabled
9 b0 LCD Enabled
10 b0 TURBO Capable
11 b0 M0sub Enabled
12 b0 M0app Enabled
13 b0 CAN1 Enabled
14 b0 SRAM_DATA 72KB at 0x10080000
15:16 b0 SRAM_CODE 128KB at 0x10000000
17 b0 SRAM_USB 32KB at 0x20000000
18 b0 SRAM_ETB 16KB at 0x2000c000
19 b0 SRAM_ETH 16KB at 0x20008000
20:26 Reserved
27 b0 EZH Enabled
28 b0 SGPIO Enabled
29 b1 M0sub_JTAG Disabled
30 b0 M0app_JTAG Enabled
31 b0 VADC Enabled

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