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04-19-2017 06:07 PM
I'm trying to use a Segger Jlink Ultra+ to debug an EFM32GG230F1024 in SimplicityStudio4
But Studio4 says not supported. Will there be support in the future?
Solved! Go to Solution.
04-20-2017 11:47 AM
As far as I know, the Jlink Ultra+ should be supported now. I have a Jlink Pro and I can program and debug through it. I am trying to buy an Ultra+ to test with, but in the meantime can you make sure adapter pack logging ([Window] > [Preferences] > [SimplicityStudio] > [Adapter Packs] "Adapter pack log") and device manager logging ([Window] > [Preferences] > [SimplicityStudio] > [Device Manager] "Log device manager activity to file at") are enabled and then connect the JLink Ultra+, wait a few seconds and then generate the Simplicity Studio log files (Please generate a zip file of the Simplicity Studio Logs - [Help] > [Report Bug...] make sure "Export Simplicity Studio log files" is selected, then hit [Next] twice and [Finish]) and upload the zip file to this Community Forum topic?
04-21-2017 11:06 AM
The J-Link Ultra+ is detected but there is a problem getting the debug mode and detecting the adapter / device. Is the board being used a custom board or a Silicon Labs STK? Do you have any Silicon Labs development boards you could try to attach the J-Link Ultra+ to try and isolate the issue?
04-23-2017 04:31 PM
I am using one of our production boards (EFM32GG330F1024) which both my Flasher and an STK3700 allow me Flash program.
The STK3700 gives the same result as the Production board. I am using SWD not JTAG.
04-25-2017 05:28 PM
04-25-2017 06:17 PM
The following log from the console window.
C:\SiliconLabs\SimplicityStudio\v4\developer\adapter_packs\usb\usb_monitor.exe C:\SiliconLabs\SimplicityStudio\v4\developer\adapter_packs\usb\usb_monitor.exe -d -s
C:\SiliconLabs\SimplicityStudio\v4\developer\adapter_packs\inspect_emdll\inspect_emdll.exe C:\SiliconLabs\SimplicityStudio\v4\developer\adapter_packs\inspect_emdll\inspect_emdll.exe -slist -sn 000504402326
list: 046d:c52b@2444:002[6&2190D4B7&0&2] 067b:2303@2524:000[7&1FAE81FE&0&2] 0c45:6483@2600:005[6&1264B343&0&5] 1366:0101@2524:000 8086:0189@2600:004[6&1264B343&0&4]
# Simplicity Studio device detection
Connecting to device with serial number 504402326 .. ok.
EMDLL version: 0.13.4b233
J-Link DLL Version: 6.14`
inspect_emdll [ERROR: EMDLL error -501: GetDebugMode
inspect_emdll [ERROR: EMDLL error -501: AdapterInfoGet