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I wrote almost 10000 lines of code and everything was working fine, but recently I created a new array of 16 chars, and if I access it the program hangs....
The debugger shows that the program jumps to the system area, where it should not go.
I have no exit outside the array area, I tried changing cache settings, and compilation settings and deleted other arrays from the project to free up memory the result is the same...
I do not attach the code because it is huge and written for custom hardware, I made a video screen capture
Setting up your MIS webmail account on an iPhone involves configuring the email settings on the device. The exact steps can vary depending on the email provider and the type of email account you have (e.g., IMAP or POP3). Here is a general guide that should work for most cases:
Open Settings: Open the "Settings" app on your iPhone.
Scroll down and select "Mail": Scroll down the Settings https://miswebmail.com.au/ menu and look for the "Mail" option. Tap on it.
Accounts: Tap on "Accounts" or "Passwords" depending on your iOS version.
Add Account: Tap on "Add Account" or "Add Account..." depending on your iOS version.
Choose Email Provider: Select the type of email account you have. For most corporate email accounts, you'll likely choose "Microsoft Exchange." If you're not sure, check with your IT department or email provider.
Enter Email and Description:
- Enter your MIS webmail email address.
- You may need to add a description for the account (e.g., "Work Email").
Configure Settings: You'll need to provide details such as your email address, username, password, and a description. The exact details required may vary, so again, consult with your IT department or email provider if you're not sure.
Server Settings: You may be prompted to enter the server settings. For Microsoft Exchange, this typically includes the server address, domain, and username. Again, consult with your IT department for accurate information.
Choose Items to Sync: Select the items you want to sync with your iPhone, such as Mail, Contacts, and Calendars.
Save: After entering all the required information, tap "Next" or "Save" to finish the setup.
Your MIS webmail account should now be set up on your iPhone, and you can access your emails through the Mail app. If you encounter any issues or have specific settings provided by your IT department or email provider, make sure to follow those instructions.Show Less
With CYBLE-202011 module a project made in PsoC-3.3; I need to convert it to CYBLE-202007 module. As a first step, I must compile the project in PsoC-4.0 or a higher version because the CYBLE-202007 module is not available in a lower version. Secondly, I change the module in the Device Selector section and then set the voltage to 3.3V (because the operating voltage of CYBLE-202007 is max 3.6V). When I do these, Bluetooth broadcast is interrupted. I add the following parts to the code.
#define CYREG_SRSS_TST_DDFT_CTRL 0x40030008
CY_SET_XTND_REG32((void CYFAR *)(CYREG_BLE_BLESS_RF_CONFIG), 0x0331);
CY_SET_XTND_REG32((void CYFAR *)(CYREG_SRSS_TST_DDFT_CTRL), 0x80000302);
Bluetooth broadcast came, but the system is not stable. Some devices do not see the broadcast. I would like your support regarding this issue.
Hi Community, Simple Question :
I have a .cyacd file and currently looking at Bootloader Host code to understand how it takes all the data into the Packets and transmit it one by one. I opened the .cyacd file in Notepad++ and saw Hex values. But the cyacd format contains the ASCII ?Show Less
The Bootloader is defined as Dual-Application.
I want to upgrade the image applications through UART and cyflash.
Upgrading of the Application1 (the valid and active) is failed with the message from cyflash:
The application is currently marked as active or golden image
Can you please advise what should I perform to upgrade the Applications in Dual-Application configuration through cyflash?
I use the product CY8C4247AZI-M485.
Thanks in advance.
I added the "ble upgradeable stack" to my application. I trigger the OTA event using a characteristic. Everything works fine!
I do have one issue though. When I connect, disconnect and then perform a power on reset, the bootloader is triggered and "ota bootloader" is advertised. This happens even when I don't want to perform an application update. As per the application note, I've placed these two lines of code in main().
I cannot share the complete code as it is proprietary. Anyway, I feel one of these lines is causing the issue to occur. Any advice is appreciated and let me know if you need more info.Show Less
I have a CY8C4246PVI-DS402 that I am using to control a LIN module based on an input trigger. The input trigger comes form a NC solid-state relay. When I apply the ground trigger, the output voltage is removed, and the LIN module transmits the correct messages. However, when I remove the ground trigger, it seems that my MCU is damaged. When I reapply the ground trigger, the LIN module no longer transmits. I'm also no longer able to program the MCU.
My software only monitors the trigger input to send the chip select and LIN messages to the LIN module. Also, the MCU clock is configured at 48 MHz.
This design has worked on previous projects. The only difference I notice is the my software has the clock at 48 MHz, while the older is at 24 MHz. Can relay noise combined with higher clock frequency damage the MCU? Any advice is appreciated.Show Less
Hey, seems to be a problem with the Glitch Filter component, when interference with the same time width of the glitch is inserted into the glitch component, the output signal will be much longer than the insert pulse.
For example: if the GlitchFilter is supposed to filter pulses under 10[microsec], pulse of 9 micro will be filtered as expected, pulse of 11 micro will be outputed as expected, but pulse of around ~10 micro will be outputed around 126 micro.
What should I do?