[riot-users] [riot-devel] cc2650-launchpad support

amid amid.vonavi at gmail.com
Wed Jan 10 23:16:21 CET 2018

Update to my last email.
Once I flashed RIOT tests_leds.hex to cc265-launchpad with Flash Programmer
2, program execution doesn't start. Then I flashed same hex with Uniflash
and behavior described before (program executes once after flashing, but
not executing after board power-cycle) reproduced.
Maybe someone else could reproduce and clarify what is happening?


2018-01-10 22:52 GMT+02:00 amid <amid.vonavi at gmail.com>:

> Hi Andreas,
> Thank you for reply.
> I'm not using command line Uniflash (unable to setup on Win10, any good
> guide?), so flashing with GUI version. With a first board I really don't
> know why program was not executing after launchpad power-cycle. Doing the
> same operations with another launchpad - no problem.
> Any suggestion regarding "Keep CCFG data" in Uniflash GUI under Settings &
> Utilities, should I check/uncheck it?
> FYI: Later the first board I bricked by checking box "Binary" in Uniflash,
> same problem is described in TI forum
> https://e2e.ti.com/support/wireless_connectivity/low_
> power_rf_tools/f/155/p/551375/2024942#pi239031350=1
> Best Regards,
> amid
> 2018-01-10 20:24 GMT+02:00 Andreas "Paul" Pauli <
> andreas.pauli at haw-hamburg.de>:
>> Hi amid,
>> Am 06.01.2018 um 21:55 schrieb amid:
>>> However another problem I have. Once I power cycle the board (reset
>>> button or re-attach USB) no leds blink / UART output, so I need to flash
>>> the binary again. Why it is happening?
>> I have checked with my launchpad and the LEDs are blinking after a reset
>> as well as removing power for ~1 minute.
>> I have no clue what might be the issue on your system.
>> regards
>> Paul
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