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Jul 24, 2020
In Configuration Support
Hi, I am attempting to create a minibuffer in SRAM for our own project and I consulted EFM32WG datasheet to choose a memory address. It should be located between 0x20000000 and 0x20007fff according memory map: I realized that defined AM_BACKUP_DOMAIN_START_ADDRESS (0x40081120) in Firmware-Basic project is for some variables to be declared in the backup domain sector of SRAM, but according to the memory map, that address correspond to something related to the BURTC. Is something in the memory map that has been changed? Thanks in advance!
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ponseta
Jun 15, 2020
In Flashing support
Hello, I was using the minimal project from github to create my own project. I have been flashed Audiomoth several times using Audiomoth Flash App. But the last time I did this, Audiomoth didn't work. (the project maintains the flashing of the LEDs when switch is in CUSTOM or DEFAULT mode, and they don't blink when I switch is in those positions). It is not found by the Flash App either. I tried in another computer but it didn't work. Using flash application, when I run flash.exe I obtain "No serial ports found". The difference between the last version that I flashed (that worked) and the one that failed were these added lines (I don't include the whole program for a better readability): char STR[12300] = ""; for (int i = 0; i <NUMBER_OF_SAMPLES_IN_BUFFERS_DATA; i+= 1){ char str[12]; sprintf(str, "%f, ", var0[i]); strncat(STR, str, 12); } RETURN_BOOL_ON_ERROR(AudioMoth_openFile("data.txt")); RETURN_BOOL_ON_ERROR(AudioMoth_writeToFile(STR, sizeof(STR))); RETURN_BOOL_ON_ERROR(AudioMoth_closeFile()); I don't know if the problem is related to this. I am using windows 10. What can I do? Thanks in advance.
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