Has anybody had any success at programming the new BBC microb:bit V2 which has a nrf52833 device and a CMSIS:DAP interface, from Keil?
My intention was to try and get a BLE Mesh network demo but I'm not having much luck. I've tried creating a very simple project in Keil and can't even reach my main function in the simulator never mind programming the actual device. The only success I've had a programming was using the Lancaster University microbit-v2-samples from Github but there are no BLE examples included. I've also tried a port on Zephyr without success and had no luck with MBed Studio. Has anybody got any working C/C++ projects for the microbit:v2 in Keil, Mbed studio / Zephyr that they could share, ideally with BLE? However something, anything that could compile the programme the board from Keil would be useful.
To answer my own question about getting started with Keil on the BBC Micro:Bit V2 which is based on the nrF52833 the best starting point seems to be nRF5_SDK from Nordic (I'm using v 17.0.2). In the examples there are some for the pca10100 which I think is the nRF52833 DK which is normally programmed using the Segger interface. The Micro:Bit V2 has a CMSIS:DAP Interface. What needs changing is the memory mapping for the Device I set IROM1 from 0x0 Size 0x80000 and IRAM1 from 0x20000000 Size 0x20000. For the Flash Download I used the nRF52xxx Algorithm. What made it work for me was increasing the RAM for Algorithm Size to 0x00004000 so it now flashes.
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