PSoC™ 6 Forum Discussions
I am trying to install cysecure tool in cygwin and getting errors.
I am using python 3.9, have git and gcc installed. Below is my fail log. Can anyone direct how to do a clean install of cysecuretool in IFX environment in CYGWIN?
pip install --upgrade --force-reinstall git+https://gitlab.intra.infineon.com/repo/edgeprotecttools.gitShow Less
Hello all. I have been working with the GATT_OUT example program. Using my phone app nRF Toolbox. I am able to transmit text from the app to the ble chip then read it out the Tx serial port. I understand that the CY_BLE_EVT_GATTS_WRITE_REQ is handling this operation.
My issue now is I am trying to go in the reverse direction. I set up this function
void App_UART_BLE_Tx(uint8_t *data, uint16 len)
// Use UART_Transmit to send the received data over UART to the terminal
// Here should be implemented interface to sent UART
// to BLE by Notification TX characteristic....
// send notification to TX....
handleValuePair.attrHandle = CY_BLE_UART_SERVICE_TX_CHAR_HANDLE;
handleValuePair.value.val = data;
handleValuePair.value.len = len;
apiResult = Cy_BLE_GATTS_SendNotification(&appConnHandle, &handleValuePair);
DEBUG_BLE("Attrhandle = 0x%4X Cy_BLE_GATTS_Notification API Error:"\
"0x%2.2x \r\n", handleValuePair.attrHandle, apiResult);
Which when I add it to the CY_BLE_EVT_GATTS_WRITE_REQ event will echo whatever I type in the phone app so I know it works.
Is there an example or an event already written that handles writing from the BLE chip to the phone app?Show Less
I have incorporated a CY8C6244 into a new product. Finding a programmer seems to be a problem. Miniprog3 doesn't seem to be a solution since the device is not supported by PSoC Creator. Miniprog4 doesn't seem to be available from any source. Segger appears to be an option. Miniprog3 is still available from multiple vendors. Is there any way to program the device using Miniprog3?Show Less
The model I'm using now is Cy8ckit-062-wifi-BT. When I run the sample project for this model, I can find the GUI.h header file, but when I create my own project, I get an error because I can't find the GUI.h header file. Why is this happening, and is there any solution? If it's because the header file is missing, can I just copy the GUI.h in the sample project to the folder of the project I created? But I don't really know the exact location of the folder, can you help me point it out?
Also, I quit the software after running the project, and I can't modify the code when I open the project again. What is the reason for this? What should I do to revise and modify the code?
Hello Team Cypress, I am using Psoc 6 series microntroller CY8CKIT-062-WIFI-BT and currently i am trying to debug example memory code SERIAL FLASH READ WRITE . I want to know the address where the memory is stored and how can i view that location.Show Less
I'm wanting to add a DFU bootloader for the PSOC61 (I'm using the CY8C6148AZI-S2F44 MCU) using the USB peripheral.
I was hoping to use the mtb-example-psoc6-dfu-basic example but this is for the PSOC62 dual core devices. Just wondering if anyone has implemented this for the Single core PSOC61 device? Or if there is any advice on how to modify the example code for a single CM4 core?
The Basic_Device_Firmware_Upgrade example for CY8CKIT-062-WIFI-BT was created with DFU V4.2.
The latest DFU version is 5.0. When will the example using this be released?
Thanks and Regards,
I'm taking my first steps with the CY8CPROTO-063-BLE platform and wanted to create my own boot code outside the ModusToolbox ecosystem. After programming the board, I try to debug this small boot code. However, the CM0+ core seems to be stuck on what I believe is the secure bootloader/ROM boot. I am running from FLASH. I have a couple of questions:
Is there any possibility to disable the ROM boot on this platform?
If disabling the ROM boot is not an option, what factors should I consider while developing my application outside the ModusToolbox environment?