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yolominwoo
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When i porting stm32h745 + Laird(lwb+), but stoped install firmware.

I think bluetooth sensor can't init hello_sensor_application_init(); 

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But nucleo-745zi-q + Lwb(4343w) it's worked.

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Jagriti
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Hi @yolominwoo ,

We tested this at our end and it seems to be working for us.
You can try testing the following way:

1) Make sure to configure the UART pins as per mentioned on page no. 16 in the STM32 expansion pack user guide.
Attached the screenshot as well for reference.
2) Copy the example from the expansion pack to an appropriate location and then open it in STM32CubeMX which can then be exported to the IDE.

1. Copy the code example from the pack directory to a local directory.

     The default path for installed packs is:

      C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Repository\Packs\

      Copy the code example from the appropriate directory. For instance, for Hello Sensor with STM32H747I-DISCO:

    C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Repository\Packs\Infineon\Connectivity-STM32\1.6.0\Projects\

    STM32H747I-DISCO\Applications\BLE_hello_sensor

    Paste into the working folder. For example:

   C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Example

  1. Open BLE_hello_sensor.ioc file in the root folder of project.

     C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Example\BLE_hello_sensor\BLE_hello_sensor.ioc

  1. Click OK to accept.

3) Change the module to Sterling lwb+ and device to CYW43439 in platforms category under the pack in the Pinout & Configuration.

Generate and build the code following the steps mentioned in the section 4.1.5, 4.1.6 in the STM32 expansion pack user guide.

Once it is exported to the IDE, Run the program (ble_hello_sensor_CM7) and check the logs.

Hope this works!

Thanks and Regards,
Jagriti

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yolominwoo
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When i came firmware from modus tool box, it work okay

Infineon stm32 package in Laird LWB+ firmware has problem.

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Jagriti
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Hi @yolominwoo ,

We tested this at our end and it seems to be working for us.
You can try testing the following way:

1) Make sure to configure the UART pins as per mentioned on page no. 16 in the STM32 expansion pack user guide.
Attached the screenshot as well for reference.
2) Copy the example from the expansion pack to an appropriate location and then open it in STM32CubeMX which can then be exported to the IDE.

1. Copy the code example from the pack directory to a local directory.

     The default path for installed packs is:

      C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Repository\Packs\

      Copy the code example from the appropriate directory. For instance, for Hello Sensor with STM32H747I-DISCO:

    C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Repository\Packs\Infineon\Connectivity-STM32\1.6.0\Projects\

    STM32H747I-DISCO\Applications\BLE_hello_sensor

    Paste into the working folder. For example:

   C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Example

  1. Open BLE_hello_sensor.ioc file in the root folder of project.

     C:\Users\<USER>\STM32Cube\Example\BLE_hello_sensor\BLE_hello_sensor.ioc

  1. Click OK to accept.

3) Change the module to Sterling lwb+ and device to CYW43439 in platforms category under the pack in the Pinout & Configuration.

Generate and build the code following the steps mentioned in the section 4.1.5, 4.1.6 in the STM32 expansion pack user guide.

Once it is exported to the IDE, Run the program (ble_hello_sensor_CM7) and check the logs.

Hope this works!

Thanks and Regards,
Jagriti