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Anonymous
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I use hello_client in v2.1.0 sdk, I can see a lot of this type of messages from HCI port:

Conn Down handle:40 Slave:0 Disc_Reason: 3e

@$*#04FF4EF7009201090080046A1F0000000000074A210000000000075E210000000080EF59050000000080EF5D050000000080EF6D050000000080EF610B0200000080EFE50A0200000080EFB10B02000000

so I want to know what's its meaning?

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ArvindS_76
Employee

Search the forum for tracing with SDK 2.x and you will see a number of posts that discuss the trace plugin for the IDE. In short, these are encoded trace messages from the ROM and can be decoded and displayed by the trace plugin.

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BoonT_56
Employee

The bunch of numbers doesn't convey anything intelligent to me but your BT connection is definitely down.

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Anonymous
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Furthermore, if this message don't take any useful information, is there any configuration to stop its debug trace output?

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MichaelF_56
Moderator
Moderator

BLE_TRACE_DISABLE will route the traces to a different output as described in other posts here, but traces themselves cannot be disabled as they come out of the ROM (so these cannot be removed) or the application (you have full control of when trace code is included and when it is not).

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ArvindS_76
Employee

Search the forum for tracing with SDK 2.x and you will see a number of posts that discuss the trace plugin for the IDE. In short, these are encoded trace messages from the ROM and can be decoded and displayed by the trace plugin.

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