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macbook13

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Date of registration: Jul 15th 2015

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Sunday, July 19th 2015, 12:26am

[CLOSED] SPI Flash via J-Link

Hi, i have a question regarding the new SPI flashing function of J-link programmer.
As stated on website this function is supported by:
"Users of current models of J-Link PLUS, ULTRA+ and PRO, as well as Flasher ARM and PRO can employ J-Flash SPI to program serial (SPI) flashes, which are directly connected to the J-Link or Flasher"
so the question is:
From witch hardware revision this option is valid?
This is not clear at all for j-link users and maybe someone here can put some light to this question.
Thanks

SEGGER - Erik

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Date of registration: Dec 20th 2011

Posts: 390

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Monday, July 20th 2015, 10:44am

Hello,

Quoted

This is not clear at all for j-link users and maybe someone here can put some light to this question.

J-Link BASE V9.x (S/N 59xyyyyy)
J-Link PLUS V9.x (S/N 609xyyyyy)
J-Link EDU V9.x (S/N 269xyyyyy)
J-Link ULTRA+ V4.x (S/N 509xyyyyy)
J-Link PRO V4.x (S/N 179xyyyyy)

Quoted

This is not clear at all for j-link users and maybe someone here can put some light to this question.
I will check internally, if we may provide this information somewhere on our website or in the manual.


Best regards
Erik

macbook13

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Monday, July 20th 2015, 6:58pm

Thank you Erik for the answer, so by this i can tell that also UM08001_JLink.pdf V5.00 Rev. 0 150520 needs to be modified since on last public version on website it's specified on :
1.3.2.3 Hardware versions

Version 7.0 (Obsolete) .............
Version 8.0
Identical to version 7.0 .........................
Version 9.1
ï New design based on STM32F205.
Version 9.2
Identical to version 9.1......................


to Version 8.0 (Obsolete) since this new function it's not supported by that generation.




SEGGER - Erik

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Monday, July 20th 2015, 7:36pm

Thank you for pointing this out. We always try to keep our manuals / website up to date but as you may can imagine, this is sometimes kind of difficult. Will be updated.

Best regards
Erik

macbook13

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Monday, July 20th 2015, 7:42pm

And i forgot, since version 9.3 is present and as i have seen v10 is on it's way :) maybe that can be added to manual.
I consider this topic as solved and from my point of view it can be closed.
Thanks again.

SEGGER - Erik

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Tuesday, July 21st 2015, 8:27am

You are right :)

Case closed


Best regards
Erik