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AyKo_4382201
PSoC™ 6
Hi all,I'm using CYBLE-416045-02 mcu and in my application I'm displaying output in ili9341 320x240 lcd using Spi. But due to other tasks data transfe... Show More
ErNo_1148106
PSoC™ 6
Hi All,How do I create a BSP for CY8C624AAZI-S2D44? I am really lost with Modus Toolbox and need serious help. I am used to using PSOC Creator and thi... Show More
DmRu_4683001
PSoC™ 6
Sample code is a copy of https://iotexpert.com/2019/08/05/i2c-detect-with-psoc-6/The Library Manager tells something strange when attempting to add re... Show More
PrGa_4700211
PSoC™ 6
HiI have PSOC6 WiFi-BT Pioneer kit. I see that it comes with a TFT display. Does cypress provide any drivers to interact with that ? Show More
MuNa_4652896
PSoC™ 6
HelloFollowing up with several tutorials, I was able to flash App0 and use it to update the Firmware and add App1 via BLE.Now I am wondering, Where ar... Show More
lvji_2284726
PSoC™ 6
你好,   我现在使用PSOC6 开发一款产品,不知道什么原因,在特定的操作下会进入Cy_SysLib_ProcessingFault()   为了查明原因,我截取了进入Cy_SysLib_ProcessingFault()之前的CallStack,如下图。我想知道这是什么原因,或者这种情况应该怎么... Show More
HiUe_3170696
PSoC™ 6
We would like to know Elnec for programming PSoC6.1. What is fastest writer parts number of Elnec?2. What is adapter parts number for BGA124 pin?BR,Ue... Show More
KeCo_3781066
PSoC™ 6
I'm having trouble dynamically reconfiguring UART pins to GPIO and back.  Currently, I'm using a UART peripheral with TX 9[1] and RX 9[0] on the CYBLE... Show More
DeLi_4359521
PSoC™ 6
Can VDDUSB be set for 3.3V and VDDA be set for 1.8V for a PSOC6 device (CY8C62x7)? Does the requirement VDDA must be the highest voltage present on th... Show More
PrGa_4700211
PSoC™ 6
Hi, Let me be frank. This might sound crazy but this is what it is. I have bought PSOC6 - Wifi - BT kit. My intention in buying this is to know about ... Show More
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