There will not be any problem if the GUI shows 5 pin or 10 pin. It is independent. You can still program the modules using Miniprog 4. Have you tried programming? Can you please check once?
Adding to what @Ganesh said, MiniProg3 has the capability to route SWD signals to the specific connector (5-pin or 10-pin). So the software is able to configure which connector to use. For this purpose, PSoC Programmer has 2 dedicated radio buttons.
However, in MiniProg4 SWD signals are routed to both 5-pin and 10-pin connectors and this cannot be reconfigured. Therefore connector selection gets disabled in PSoC Programmer if MiniProg4 is selected. You should be able to program with either option selected.
thank you both, that makes sense. We are accustom to the miniprog3, hence our confusion.
My colleague has the device that is showing the 10-pin setting and i don't think he tried to program it as is. It is now working as expected.
Glad to hear that it works. I will update the PSoC Programmer documentation to add a note regarding this. That should help clear the confusion.