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I am currently working on a project that requires the logging of some events. This requires more capacity than that provided by the EEPROM s...
I am currently working on a project that requires the logging of some events. This requires more capacity than that provided by the EEPROM so I am now considering using the rest of the flash space available (256k in total).
My only concern with doing this is that I would need to know which is the last row that contains my code as I do not wish to overwrite any of this of course.
I have been looking around and do not seem to be able to find any information on this. Would anyone know how to tell which rows are safe to write?
My device also uses a Bootloader, which only leaves me with the space between the last application row and the first metadata row.
Hi,I am trying to change the descriptor of usbuart example to access to data in cdc and vendor at the same time.I mean when I am sending data through ...
Hi, I am trying to change the descriptor of usbuart example to access to data in cdc and vendor at the same time. I mean when I am sending data through uart to /from usb , I have access to data by control center as well. So I added vendor descriptor to that example with the same DMA channels, but nothing comes up in CC. Should I change anything else? In device manger I can see that as a com port, but nothing appears in CC. I attached the modified descriptor file. Thanks