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修改时间 04-19-2017 04:20 PM
I did not try this yet. Maybe you could consider to generate an image file with the lock word to be a specific value as below KB:
Maybe you could also change the hex file manually to modify the lock word. Simplicity Studio also support change the binary or hex file to a specific byte.
Regarding the option to program the EFM32 device, you could refer to this link,
if you are considering a 3rd party programmer HW tool refer to below KB:
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修改时间 04-21-2017 09:31 AM
when I luse the Simplicity Commander and Jlink to lock the EFM32ZG210 , it shows "chip successfully locked", but I can still download the code to the chip. In fact if I lock the EFM32G880 , I can never read or download the chip.
04-21-2017 03:52 PM - 编辑日期 04-21-2017 03:55 PM
I did not understand your operation procedure with Simplicity Commander.
Do you mind tell me the detailed procedure you have done and what difference you see for the Gecko and Zero device?
step1: connect the Zero STK with PC
step2: open simplicity commander.
You could read AN0062 and know how to verify the lock.