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SW4STM32 and SW4Linux fully supports the STM32MP1 asymmetric multicore Cortex/A7+M4 MPUs

   With System Workbench for Linux, Embedded Linux on the STM32MP1 family of MPUs from ST was never as simple to build and maintain, even for newcomers in the Linux world. And, if you install System Workbench for Linux in System Workbench for STM32 you can seamlessly develop and debug asymmetric applications running partly on Linux, partly on the Cortex-M4.
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Charger firmware

Hello, everyone.
I need the HEX file for the charger HTRC B6 V2, I’m looking at Google Uncle but it doesn’t help, the charger can’t read the file. Hex because it’s protected, at least I can’t read it I got a message “device is protected”
The charger is Procku STM8S207R8T6Question. I wrote to HT-RC but to no avail.

Hello!
I am using the UK243B USB test application KEVIEW to perform compliance testing on my board CYSUB3014-BZXC.
In the device TX test, the oscilloscope cannot get any waveform from the CysB3014.
Since I have tried the compliance test on a USB flash drive (mass storage disk) and the results are OK.
I guess the problem is with the CYUB3014 setup.
What should I do to make the CYUSB3014 ready for compliance testing?
Should I change the firmware or do something through the((https://www.fpgakey.com/tutorial/|# FPGA| FPGA))?
This is the information on my board for the CYYSB3014: 1.
1. the firmware is SlaveFIFoSync
2. connected from FIFO interface (GPIF II) to FPGA (altera)
The following are the steps of the device TX compliance test.
1. Install the board and download the firmware to CYUSB3014
2, connect the USB((https://www.jotrin.com/technology/mcu|MCU ))connector on the board to the test fixture (KEYVIEW), picture upload
3, run the TX test software (KEYVIEW’s U7243B)
4. Disconnect the test fixture and reset the CYUSB3014 (as required by the software)
5. Download the firmware to CYUB3014, connect the test fixture and wait for a valid waveform.
Then, the oscilloscope can’t get any waveform.
By the way, I also tried to control the FPGA to send data to the device and the result is the same.
Looking forward to your reply.


I guess the problem is with the CYUB3014 setup.
What should I do to make the CYUSB3014 ready for compliance testing?
Should I change the firmware or do something through the FPGA?
This is the information on my board for the CYYSB3014: 1.
1. the firmware is SlaveFIFoSync
2. connected from FIFO interface (GPIF II) to FPGA) (altera) 32bit MCU
The following are the steps of the device TX compliance test.
1. Install the board and download the firmware to CYUSB3014
2, connect the USB connector on the board to the test fixture (KEYVIEW), picture upload

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