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03-16-2017 01:33 AM
Usb debugger has been working fine for me, but after a windows update simplicity studio has stopped identifying the usb debug adapter. however if i try to connect using silab IDE, it successfully connects to the device.
03-16-2017 09:34 AM
I'm sorry to hear about the issue with Simplicity Studio. Can you please provide more information about the issue?
What version of Windows is being run?
What debug adapter is being used that is no longer detected?
Does anything show up in the Simplicity Studio Device window when the device is plugged in? Like does the line "J-Link Silicon Labs" show up with the device serial number, but nothing underneath it?
03-16-2017 03:30 PM
I assume you mean the Silicon Labs USB Debug adapter for 8 bit devices, is that correct?
I'm not sure what the Windows update might have changed, are specifics of what was updated available?
I am running Windows 10 and the USB Debug adapter is detected by Simplicity Studio v3 for me.
Please turn on Device manager logging (from Simplicity IDE select [Window] > [Preferences] > [Device Manager] then click the box next to "log device manager activity to file at:" and click OK. Then plug in the USB debug adapter (or unplug it and then plug it back in). Next choose [Help] > [Support] > [Report Bug...] make sure "Export Simplicity Studio log files" is selected, then hit [Next] twice and [Finish] and upload the resulting zipfile to this Forum thread.