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ajana1986
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Dear Team,

We are facing debug issue when we are trying to upload the code into XMC4108Q48K64BAXUMA1 MCU, We are using KIT_XMC_LINK_SEGGER_V1 probe for uploading the firmware.

So, Please you are requested to put some suggestions on that. We have tried with all possible combinations hardware side & software side to resolve that issues, We have attached the error message for your reference as per attachment.

 

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Owen_Su
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Hi, 

    When you use XMC-LINK to upload the firmware, you need to power the target device separately, because this debug probe is not designed to provide power for the target device. You can refer to the user manual of XMC-LINK for more details. Hope this can help you.

    https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-XMC_Link_Board_Users_Manual.pdf-UserManual-v01_00-EN.pdf?file...

BR,

Owen

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Owen_Su
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Hi, 

    1) I can 't see your attachment, maybe you can upload it again.

    2) Does this problem only occur on one chip or on many?

BR,

Owen

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ajana1986
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sorry for the inconvenience, Now it's uploaded

Does this problem only occur on one chip or on many?

We have changed the controller (MCU-48QFN) of one board but issue is persist, Dry soldering done, components are also tested, PCB Trace continuity tested & found OK.

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Owen_Su
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Hi,

    Could you share the hardware connection of your board? It seems that your board didn't power up correctly. Thanks.

BR,

Owen

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Now we have tested voltage level of each debug pins, here we found some discrepancies with respect to non-working board, Can you please elaborate what are the exact reasons that some debug pins are not getting proper voltage. In that voltage chart attachments TDI is not getting proper voltage is noticeable.  

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Owen_Su
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Hi, 

    When you use XMC-LINK to upload the firmware, you need to power the target device separately, because this debug probe is not designed to provide power for the target device. You can refer to the user manual of XMC-LINK for more details. Hope this can help you.

    https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-XMC_Link_Board_Users_Manual.pdf-UserManual-v01_00-EN.pdf?file...

BR,

Owen

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Owen_Su
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Hi, 

    This thread will be closed due to long time no reply, you can create a new one if you have any other questions. Thanks for your understanding.

BR,

Owen

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