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wewu_1392881
New Contributor II

I define one ID in stacknvram.h, during the application initialize, read this ID(1 byte) with bleprofile_ReadNVRAM(), if the value is not the dedicate value application expect, it will be initialize to the dedicated value and write back with bleprofile_WriteNVRAM(). But when the application reset and check this ID again, it seems the value is lost, any idea about this issue?

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Anonymous
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Hello.

Are you checking to see if the read/write to NVRAM are successful after calling the methods?

bleprofile_ReadNVRAM and bleprofile_WriteNVRAM will return the number of bytes read and written to NVRAM, respectively.

So if the read/write was successful, you should get 1 since you are only using 1 byte. If you get 0, that means the attempt was a fail.

Also when you say that the application resets, do you mean you are pushing the reset button on the board?

James

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wewu_1392881
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i checked the return value and after i write, i use the read function to get the flag value, it's the dedicated value i write into it.

But after i press the reset butter or trig the WDT, the value is missing.

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Anonymous
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I'll look into reading/writing to NVRAM after reset.

If you post your source code, I'd be happy to look into it, see if there are any other variables affecting the problem.

James

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wewu_1392881
New Contributor II

here is the code:

define the ID in stacknvram.h

#define  VS_BLE_USR_DEV_INFO0x10
#define  VS_BLE_DEV_INFOR_SERVICE0x11
#define     VS_BLE_ADV_DATA0x12
#define     VS_BLE_INIT_FLAG0x13

//Application data structure initialized

void app_init(void)

{

     UINT8 i;

     static UINT8 init_flag;


     // Read configure information

     bleprofile_ReadNVRAM(VS_BLE_INIT_FLAG, 1, &init_flag);

     ble_trace1("Init flag is %x. \r\n", init_flag);

     if(INIT_FLAG != init_flag) {

          // Default application structure and save to NVRAM

          //Save initialize flag

          init_flag = INIT_FLAG;

          i = bleprofile_WriteNVRAM(VS_BLE_INIT_FLAG, 1, &init_flag);

          if(!i) {

               ble_trace0("fail to Save init flag\r\n");

          }

          else {

               ble_trace1("Save init flag, length is %d\r\n", i);

          }

          bleprofile_ReadNVRAM(VS_BLE_INIT_FLAG, 1, &init_flag);

          ble_trace1("Read back init flag, value is %d\r\n", init_flag);

     }

     else {

          // Read application structure from NVRAM

     }

}

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Anonymous
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Hmm.. I've tested your code and it works perfectly fine.

The code that you gave me is bug free.

Perhaps something else in your code is overwriting or resetting the init_flag in NVRAM.

Can you send me the whole source code file?

If you are not comfortable uploading the whole file on the forum, you can email me: jamesle1@broadcom.com

James

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wewu_1392881
New Contributor II

Thanks a lot, i will check this again and see if i can find something, if not, i will send to and ask for your help.

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Anonymous
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Hello.

Did everything work out for you?

James

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wewu_1392881
New Contributor II

still not, i have sent out a email to you just and attached the application files.

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MichaelF_56
Moderator
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We are really struggling to recreate this one internally dianke02

jamesle1 was somewhat able to compile the code you provided by commenting out quite a few things that he felt was unrelated to the issue, but when he runs the app, it resets by itself and calls the app_create function multiple times.

It would really help if you could recreate the specific issue using one of the sample applications/TAG3 board with a minimal number of changes (i.e. enough to re-create the issue). The internal apps team can then revisit.

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