11 Replies Latest reply on Dec 7, 2017 3:42 PM by john_2213786

    How to change address of BLE chip using Programmer Socket

    john_2213786

      I had written this post on my other recent thread, but since it really is a different question, it will probably be much better and more organized to start a new thread on it.

       

      I bought the CYBLE-022001-PROG EZ-BLE™ Module Programming Kit.  Programming chips using that socket, the BLE Pioneer kit, and PSoC Programmer seems to work.  However, I cannot figure out how to change the UUID or send other commands to the chip.

       

      When I first clamp down on the chip in the socket, Tera Term shows this message:

       

      @E,003B,BOOT,E=0101011A,S=03030035,P=0103,H=03,C=01,A=00A0504D7B26

      @E,000E,ASC,S=01,R=03

       

      Then, attempting to enter in any commands result in the doubling of characters.  For example, entering UUID results in UUUUIIDD being displayed in the terminal, and upon sending the command the display of this message:

       

      @E,000B,ERR,E=0203

       

      Any ideas?