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riccardo-monty
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Hi, I'd like to know is it right?

When I change bsp mcu target, from default CY8C6244LQI-S4D92 to CY8C6244AZI-S4D93, I can program the kit successfully.

I was expected an error from programmer tool. I'm using ModusToolbox 3.0.

In .hex file how can I check there is right metadata?

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Gautami_12
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Hi @riccardo-monty ,

We discussed this with our internal team, who told us this is normal and expected. All programming tools behave in this way. The programming file (elf, hex) does not contain any information about the kit so as long as the addresses of data segments in the programming file match the flash regions in the device – the chip will be programmed successfully.

Warm Regards,
Gautami J

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Gautami_12
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Hi @riccardo-monty ,

Can you please try to program the same board with the cypress programmer (after changing it to CY8C6244AZI-S4D93) and check if you are able to program it?

Warm Regards,
Gautami J

 

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Thanks for reply.

I tried and also cypress programmer was able to program successfully.

I attach the cypress programmer log and a couple of .hex files, build from "Hello world" example, one with 6244LQI-SD92 and other with 6244AZI-SD93.

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Gautami_12
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50 solutions authored 25 likes received First comment on blog

Hi @riccardo-monty ,

We discussed this with our internal team, who told us this is normal and expected. All programming tools behave in this way. The programming file (elf, hex) does not contain any information about the kit so as long as the addresses of data segments in the programming file match the flash regions in the device – the chip will be programmed successfully.

Warm Regards,
Gautami J

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