Hi laurentio86, Very curious issue
I guess, UART bootloader should using Tx, Rx pin and LED and designate bootloading signal pin.
Are these pins conflicting with PWM output pins?
It is rare case but I can not think without only it.
The bootloader interface may use any pins that the bootloadable project uses as well. Since only one of the programs is running at a given time and the configuration is changed accordingly there will be no conflict.
What might be is that there is an address-conflict between bootloader and bootloadable. Remember, that both have to be generated with the very same Creator and bootloader versions! Are you using any device-protections? That also might affect the functionality.
Anyhow, I would suggest you to create a technical MyCase, you will be helped definitively.
To create a technical case at Cypress -
“Create a Case”
You have to be registered on Cypress web site first.
Thank you very much everybody for the fast reply.
I was checking for everything except for the most important thing. When I create the new project for the bootloader, I left the default device which differs from my device for only one letter in the name and has the exact same pinout. So the error was stupid but took me a lot of time to find.
Now everything seems to work fine.
No worries - nobody here had this on its list too (but I guess it will be added to some mental checklists right now :)