Note this is for A1 not A0
SDK 2.0.1 does not support the BCM20732, so attempts to use the BCM20732 platfom file from SDK 1.1 will produce results such as the ones you are experiencing.
If you want to use SDK 2.0.1, you will need one of the new 20737 based TAG3 boards that are available from our franchised distributors and described here: BCM2073X Product Portfolio (Module and Evaluation Board Overview)
Note that once you have the SDK 2.0.1/TAG3 platform setup, you can use the 20732 based source code that you have already created and compile it with the new tools to run on the 20737 that's on the TAG3 board.
20732 uses A0 firmware
20736/37 uses A1 firmware
I am not aware of any 20732s with A1 firmware.
After compiling on the SDK 2.0.1 for BCM20732A1
I get the following message:
"Download failed. This version of the SDK only supports download to BCM20732A1, BCM20736A1 and BCM20737A1 devices"
Is this message is incorrect? (In reference to BCM20732A1)
On 6/5/2014 re: your other posting (Re: UART functions differently on BCM2073X A1 vs A0 ), we learned there are indeed 20732 S.O.C. devices out there stenciled with A1.
Broadcom has limited engagements (customers) using these, and their support is not via the WICED-SMART Community Forum.
However, many of your questions regarding BLE, SDK, sample apps, tools, etc. may still valid for the larger community, so feel free to use the Forum when appropriate.
You will be receiving instructions shortly via email on who/how you get support for your devices via the Broadcom CSP system.