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    Beginner Beginner rammi465 is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Minwei,

    Thanks for your concern and reply.As i mentioned above, i feel second cases will be the better option for my product. Please suggest me in this implementation and kindly guide me for

    further steps.


    Thanks & Regards,

    M. Ramarao.

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    Hello again,

    I have just found out that the same usage example given in the APP help document, which is based on XMC4500, can be fully reused with XMC1000.
    Therefore the steps are:
    1) Add FATFS APP instance (no re-configuration needed since by default, SPI mode is already selected)
    2) Select the required SPI pins
    3) Generate code
    4) Replace main.c with usage example code
    5) Run the code

    Of course, the above assumes you have already connected physically a SD Card board to XMC1000 device.

    Regards,
    Min Wei

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