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Rakesh_rp
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hi,

I am  using new xmc1302xT038X200 IC on a customized logic board. I want to change the BMI to User Mode (Debug) SWD0.

First I tried to  get BMI of xmc1300 using DAVE IDE. I got the issue shown below. Failed to resolve the issue .

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INFINEON MEMTOOL

I installed Infineon MEMTOOL to change BMI , but it is showing connection not established . I  spend whole day to resolve by following the Infineon tutorial pdf for MEMTOOL , but failed to resolve the issue  . Below is the screenshot

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INFINEON XMC FLASHER

I used XMC flasher  to change BMI. I am not able to  change Debug type  to SEGGER.  

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CAN ANYBODY SUGGEST A WORKING  METHOD TO CHANGE BMI .  We are using xmc1302xT038X200  for onboard charger PFC stage. 

 

 

Regards,

RAKESH

 

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Rakesh_rp
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Hi,

The issue is resolved. It was an administration access issue. The emulator access was denied. So XMC flasher couldn't  access the emulator.

Regards ,

RAKESH

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Vasanth
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Hi Rakesh,

Are you using on-board jlinker on the kit or an extenral jlinker at your end?

Best Regards,
Vasanth 

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Rakesh_rp
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Thanks for replying,

We are using external XMC j-link  SEGGER V1.1.

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Regards,

rakesh

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Vasanth
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Hey Rakesh,

Make sure your target device is also powered separately when you are connecting the device using JLINK. Most probably your target might not be powered.

Best Regards,
Vasanth

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Rakesh_rp
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Thanks for replying,

The target device and JLINK is powered up separately . Still we cannot change the BMI. 

 If  the BMI is not   changed  from ASC BSL mode   to  SWD0 mode  we cannot flash any code.  

Expecting a reply soon.

 

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Vasanth
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Hi Rakesh,

Could you please let us know the connection between the devices? Do you have a bootkit or any other XMC kits with On board Jlink and see if that also faces the same issue ?

Best Regards,
Vasanth

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Rakesh_rp
Level 3
First solution authored 10 replies posted 10 questions asked
Level 3

Hi,

The issue is resolved. It was an administration access issue. The emulator access was denied. So XMC flasher couldn't  access the emulator.

Regards ,

RAKESH

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Vasanth
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Hi Rakesh,

Thanks for sharing the issue with the community. This could be helpful to our fellow engineers facing similar issues.

Best Regards,
Vasanth

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