After some projects and experience with PSoC 4, I wanted to learn more about PSoC 6. Therefore I bought the PSoC 6 BLE Pioneer Kit and started the 1-3-Hello World PWM Project from the tutorial. It builds and programs succesfully, but there's no blinky LED. So I started the debug-mode to figure out what's the problem. Once started with the debug it never stops running. Normally I was used to that it will begin with a breaking point at the main loop, so that I can step through the code. When I press pause I get the following Screen.
When I press play and pause again all the red registers are turning to black (--> no changes in registers).
So I guess the code is stucked somewhere before it starts the main loop.
I've already tried other examples but it's always the same issue...
Thanks already if someone could help me
Please install latest PSoC Programmer 3.28.4 from this link:
I hope you made the proper selection for the Switches on PSoC 6 BLE Pioneer Kit as described in its User guide at page#11 available at this link:
As attached screenshot says, the program is running at 0x1F2C which is called from 0x160022A6
PSoC® 6 MCU: PSoC 63 with BLE Datasheet Document Number: 002-18787
0x1F2C indicates the location of ROM and 0x160022A6 indicates Supervisory flash's one. So, I assumed that a wrong application code was written to the application flash area.
For example, when I erased all internal flash area using the PSoC Programmer as follows.
I can completely reproduce your issue as follows.
Please check if your application was programmed