8 months, 2 weeks ago.

best practice to flash to an not supported board

I am trying to work using an som that has the same proccesor as an imxrt 1050 evkb. I wrote an in theory working code using the mbed studio and try to flash the bin to the board but when i do so it says it completed. When I press reset my board runs the code that was already on it. I am using mcuexpresso to flash the code to the board using an j-link.

my main questions are

  1. Is it possible to write an code for an not supported board using an supported board with the same processor
  2. What are the best practices for doing so
  3. Finally why doesn't mcuexpresso deleted my old code.

greeting from Marc

1 Answer

8 months, 2 weeks ago.

You asked more or less the same question here. Did your try the proposed solutions: connect the VTarget pin to the J-Link, otherwise it cant flash or control the target. Try to read back the code and verify the device against the flashed bin file. When the board runs the same code as before it is clear that flashing didnt work.

haven't seen that question i am used to stack overflow that it sends an mail when you get an answer gone try all those stuff in that question and this one. and i know the flashing when't wrong when it runs the same code i manage to decifer that

posted by Marc Roelse 07 Nov 2019