Please use the recover procedure if you can't detect the device.
This may happen if the HCI UART configuration isn't the default setting. You may try the hello_sensor demo to see if still need the recover procedure.
As I mentioned, I have to apply the recover procedure EACH time following a download of a demo to the CYBT_413034_EVAL-01 module, otherwise I get the connection error:
No CYBT_413034_EVAL device detected.
1. Verify the CYBT_413034_EVAL board is connected _AND_ powered
2. Verify jumper J2 is populated
3. Verify SW4 switches(CTS, RTS, RXD, TXD) are in ON position
4. Press the reset button on the CYBT_413034_EVAL board and retry
What are the HCI Default UART settings for this module and where can I find them in the SDK?
I am using a CYBT_413034_EVAL-01 module for my tests. Do I need a CYBT_413034_EVAL-02 module to work with Wiced Studio?
Could there be Library alignment problems with the Bluetooth stack (V4.6?) on ROM in the -01 device I have versus the -02 Bluetooth stack (V5.0) n the -02 device platform profile in Wiced Studio?
Or perhaps a problem with the bootloader in the module? It appears that the module may simply lock up, perhaps in reset mode with no code running during the firmware loading process unless I apply the restore procedure.
I am still unable to run a Bluetooth example of any kind on the EVAL board. I now have a second CYBT-413034-EVAL-02 dev board from Digikey. I checked all the jumpers and the switch settings on the board and plugged it into the PC. two com ports were created (good). I could putty into the higher numbered com port and observe debug messages (good).
But when I attempt to build and load an example from Wiced Studio 6.4.61 I only get the
"Hello Sensor Start"
debug message, and nothing else. I scanned for the device using several bluetooth devices and the demo example was not found. I tried this with a number of demo apps with the same result, no bluetooth.
I could get the snip.hal.gpio example running OK (but it doesn't set up the bluetooth stack, it only makes timer and gpio calls)
I've attached the build output for the demo.hello_sensor-CYBT_413034_EVAL download target.
Could you please verify this example will properly load and run on the CYBT-413034-EVAL-02 platform? I cannot proceed further without assistance getting code to run properly on your devices.
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I have found other posts which describe similar problems with Studio 6.4.0. The solution is to roll back to Studio 6.2.0 and apply the patch for the CYBT-413034 module as described in this solution:
I have done this and now can get the examples to build, load and run correctly.