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I was trying to utilize the SPI capability in the "Bridge Control Panel" but it is always greyed out for me. After a bit of research it seems that functionality is only available with the KitProg2 debugger. So I guess I need one of them.
According to the KitProg2 User's Guide, "The KitProg2 is integrated onto most PSoC ® development kits." I have some PSoC 4200, 4200M, 5LP and a BLE Pioneer Baseboard. All of my dev kits show up as just KitProg (I see no number 2 in the ID).
A few questions...
1) Am I understanding the problem correctly? Do I need a KitProg2 to get SPI functionality in the Bridge Control Panel application?
2) And if so... Is there a way to upgrade the firmware on my existing KitProgs to get KitProg2 functionality?
3) And if that's not possible... How/Where do I get KitProg2 devices?
Thanks for the information. I have a few PSoC 5LP kits lying around. Maybe I'll see what happens if I "upgrade" the firmware from one of the KitProg2 kits you listed. If that doesn't work then I'll buy one of those kits just so I have some SPI debugging functionality.