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S32K146 EVB does not flash *.bin anymore (MAC & Windows10)

Question asked by Jimmy Mathew Ambalathuruthel on May 7, 2019
Latest reply on Jun 11, 2019 by Jimmy Mathew Ambalathuruthel

Hi All,


I am new to NXP community and appreciate your time to have a look at this issue.


I have S32K146 EVB which was working till yesterday. I mean, it was getting mounted as /S32K146EVB and I was able to drag & drop custom built *.bin (for flashing an LED)  file and it was upgrading to the new software & was working fine. I was using MAC & cp utility to copy file.

From yesterday, it gives OpenSDA LED error indication, without any reason (When I drag & drop *.bin file) . It pauses for 2 Sec, and blinks 8 times  and pauses again for 2 sec. According to Open SDS LED error code, this seems to be an OpenSDA Application Error. 

When I press the reset button and go to bootloader mode, everything seems alright. It mounts BOOTLOADER and I can drag and drop 'BOOTUPDATEAPP_Pemicro_v111.SDA' and 'MSD-DEBUG-S32K146EVB-Q144_Pemicro_v121.SDA'

So I believe the OpenSDA application is good 


 Here is the PEMicro SDA info (when mounted as  /S32K146EVB) :


Board Name is: S32K146EVB-Q144
MicroBoot Kernel Version is: 1.08
Bootloader Version is: 1.11
Installed Application: PEMicro S32K146EVB-Q144 Mass Storage/Debug App
Application Version is: 1.21
DUID is: 12933938-0FC481A4-3750A81C-D259E678
EUID is: 0C11A239-9DA6872A-184FCA07-F86268D6
TUID is: 74823938-47328196-8467AE16-223C9857
TOA is: 86B6E505-D8943659-79B2A114-606084A3
TOA2 is: 86B6E505-932E8830-AF6E54B6-91E65FF0
SUID is: 86B6E505-5BA18877-37239804-8003EC65



Thank you for your time.