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Programming an S9KEAZN32AMLC using the KEA128 development board

Question asked by Vlad Stroian on Nov 8, 2019
Latest reply on Nov 13, 2019 by Kerry Zhou

Hello everyone,

I am new to microcontrollers and I'm trying to program an S9KEAZN32AMLC MCU that I bought and soldered to a PCB. I've succeded in programming the KEA128 development board that has the same MCU on it using the S32 IDE.


My question is, can I use the development board to program the MCU after it's been soldered on the board, without using a dedicated programmer? Thank you everyone.