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Thread: XMC1400 Problems changing BMI from UART to SWD

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    Log file is quite long and forum block it.
    The moderator has to check it.

    But:
    We 11.07.2018 09:06:29.124, Message, IMTMemtool, BMI installed successfully

    But After power off/on I donīt get connection with J-Link Commander(J-Link SWD/SCL)/ Memtool or Hterm(PC_RXD/PC_TXD)

    Do you know why?
    And what is different between XMC AB and AA devices?

    Regards
    Michael

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    I have checked my steps to switch BMI with XMC1300 and XMC1400 BooT Kits, and it is OK.

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    Hi Deni or somebody by infineon,

    do you have solution for my problem with XMC1402 to switch BMI?

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    Hi,

    Which pins do you use in the XMC14 as SWD clock and data?

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    Jesus
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    I found solution for this problem.
    After I changed BMI with Infineon Memtool 4.7, I connect Keil Ulink2 to the XMC1402 and get connection.
    And after this I connect J-Link Lite and also get connection.

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