Here we go again, another query regarding firmware versions for using Cysmart with a new Cy5677 dongle on a Windows 10 x64 machine.
PSOC Programmer initially prompted me to update to Kitprog 2.17, and I've since learned, according to the forums here, that breaks Cysmart, so I've reflashed with C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\CY8CKIT-042-BLE Kit\1.0\Firmware\Programmer\KitProg\KitProg.cyacd, and then with the latest Cysmart firmware from the cysmart installation, but I still get Unsupported Device (COM50) in the target selection dialog of Cysmart.
I'm using the KitProg USB-UART driver.
I've tested with the upgraded Kitprog 2.17 as well, but no change.
PSOC Programmer output:
Program Finished at 9:35:40 AM | | Programming Succeeded | Doing Checksum | Doing Protect | Verifying of Flash Succeeded... | Verifying of Flash Starting... | Programming of Flash Succeeded... | Programming of Flash Starting... | Erase Succeeded Device set to CYBL11573-56LQXI at 9:35:15 AM | 262144 FLASH bytes Device Family set to CY8C4xxx-BLE at 9:35:15 AM | | Automatically Detected Device: CYBL11573-56LQXI Program Requested at 9:35:15 AM | Active HEX file set at 9:35:12 AM | C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\CySmart\1.2\dongle\CY5677\BLE_4_2_Dongle_CySmart_256K.hex | Please navigate to the Utilities tab and click the Upgrade Firmware button Port Opened with Warnings at 9:34:43 AM | KitProg version Expecting 2.17, but found 2.14. Opening Port at 9:34:42 AM | Device set to CYBL11573-56LQXI at 9:34:42 AM | 262144 FLASH bytes Device Family set to CY8C4xxx-BLE at 9:34:41 AM |