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PSoC 4 MCU

New Contributor II

Hey Guys & Gals,

   

I'm trying to set up the Over-The-Air BLE Firmware Upgrade and I'm getting the error: The row number exceeds the bounds whenever I try to upload the cyacd file. The cyacd file was created using a bootloadable component. Any ideas what's going on here guys?

   

Thanks in advance!

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New Contributor II

The fixed stack I was using eventually worked. I forgot to run the mk.bat file. I am now using the OTA External memory now and theres no need for the BLE Dongle. Thank you!

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Honored Contributor II

Could be a program issue or you are trying to put to large a program in to the device.  Please post your code so we can check it.

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New Contributor II

I'm using the example for the Fixed OTA BLE alongside the Cypress BLE App. I'm just trying to verify if I can send a firmware update before building my own program, I'm sending over the bootloadable that's contained in the application

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Honored Contributor II

I have tried that example and it works as it should. Did you follow the PDF that came with the example.

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Honored Contributor II

What version of PSoc Creator are you using?  Have you updated the Dongle to 4.2?

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New Contributor II

The fixed stack I was using eventually worked. I forgot to run the mk.bat file. I am now using the OTA External memory now and theres no need for the BLE Dongle. Thank you!

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