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tayo
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Hello Infineon support team.

We developded CYW20721B2KUMLG module. But the application does not work well like below.
- No WICED_BT_TRACE output
- No start discovery process
- Chip hangs up after booting

We build our application with following platform.
- Kit Name CYW920721M2EVK-01
- MCU: CYW20721B2KUMLG
- Connectivity : CYW20721B2
- Template Application: Audio Headset and Speaker


In the first place, should we use above build platform? yes or no??

Thanks,
Tayo

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advait_kulkarni
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Hi @tayo ,

I tried that example on 20721m2evk01, and it worked as indented. 

Please make sure that your device has created two ports and you are seeing the logs on the 2nd port. (For example, if the code is flashed through port 28, you should set your terminal to port 29, baudrate 3M to see the logs).

Next, as per the github instructions, press and hold the custom button, and you will make it discoverable and pair it through your phone. Similarly, follow the rest of the github instructions by either clicking, long pressing or holding the buttons as mentioned.

Thanks and regards,

Advait Kulkarni.

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advait_kulkarni
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Hi @tayo ,

I tried that example on 20721m2evk01, and it worked as indented. 

Please make sure that your device has created two ports and you are seeing the logs on the 2nd port. (For example, if the code is flashed through port 28, you should set your terminal to port 29, baudrate 3M to see the logs).

Next, as per the github instructions, press and hold the custom button, and you will make it discoverable and pair it through your phone. Similarly, follow the rest of the github instructions by either clicking, long pressing or holding the buttons as mentioned.

Thanks and regards,

Advait Kulkarni.

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