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baexps_pr1
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Hello Support,

Can you please provide me a snippet from document where Group 'A' and 'B' address ranges are mentioned in the User Manual for various Aurix 2G devices?

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cwunder
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Look in chapter 2 of the user's manual part 1.

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cwunder
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Look in chapter 2 of the user's manual part 1.

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Hello Support,

I saw that.

But how do I know which address range is Group 'A' and which one is Group 'B'?

That is not mentioned in those tables.

Please let me know with some example from one table for any device, where I can understand the address range for Group 'A' and Group 'B' as mentioned in the SOTA chapter snippet shown above.

Best Regards

 

 

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you can find some hints in the document "AURIX TC3xx Using the SWAP mechanism for Software Updates Over The Air(SOTA)" P.6

As mentioned in the document, in the case of TC39x, it is allocated as Pflash 0/1/4 -> A Bank, Pflash 2/3/5 -> B Bank and can be swapped by 7MB.

 

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Yuva
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Hello,

You can refer from Table 25 in Chapter 2 of the user manual which represents the alternative address map (Group B).

Thanks.

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