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=== J-Link software ===
 
=== J-Link software ===
 
* [[J-Link Installer]]
 
* [[J-Link Installer]]
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* [[Linux specifics]]
 
* [[J-Link software versioning]]
 
* [[J-Link software versioning]]
 
* [[J-Link_control_panel | J-Link control panel]]
 
* [[J-Link_control_panel | J-Link control panel]]
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* [[J-Link:Nickname | Nickname feature]]
 
* [[J-Link:Nickname | Nickname feature]]
 
* [[J-Link_Docker_Container | J-Link in a Docker Container]]
 
* [[J-Link_Docker_Container | J-Link in a Docker Container]]
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* [[How to use SWO with GDB | How to use SWO with J-Link GDB Server]]
  
 
=== J-Link model specifics ===
 
=== J-Link model specifics ===
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For an overview which hardware versions of the different models support which features, please refer to the [[Software and Hardware Features Overview | model feature overview]].
 
* [[J-Link OB]]
 
* [[J-Link OB]]
 
* [[Upgrading CALLIOPE mini to J-Link | J-Link CALLIOPE mini]]
 
* [[Upgrading CALLIOPE mini to J-Link | J-Link CALLIOPE mini]]
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* [[J-Trace PRO Cortex]]
 
* [[J-Trace PRO Cortex]]
 
* [[J-Link-OB-K22-SiFive | J-Link OB K22 SiFive]]
 
* [[J-Link-OB-K22-SiFive | J-Link OB K22 SiFive]]
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* [https://wiki.segger.com/J-Link:OEM_models OEM models overview].
  
 
=== Extending device support ===
 
=== Extending device support ===
 
* [[Open Flashloader]]
 
* [[Open Flashloader]]
* [[Adding Support for New Devices]]
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* [[Open_Flashloader#Adding_a_New_Device | Adding Support for New Devices]]
 
* [[Using Flashloader with different IDEs]]
 
* [[Using Flashloader with different IDEs]]
  
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* [[IDE accesses illegal memory regions]]
 
* [[IDE accesses illegal memory regions]]
 
* [[J-Link:Low power modes production | Low power modes production]]
 
* [[J-Link:Low power modes production | Low power modes production]]
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* [[J-Trace driver (WinUSB) is installed but the driver could not be started]]
  
 
=== Device specifics ===
 
=== Device specifics ===
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* [[PSoC series | PSoC series devices]]
 
* [[PSoC series | PSoC series devices]]
 
* [[Traveo 2 CYT2B and CYT4B series devices]]
 
* [[Traveo 2 CYT2B and CYT4B series devices]]
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* [[Cypress S6J33xxx series devices]]
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==== China Key System (CKS) ====
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* [[CS32F103xx]]
  
 
==== Dialog Semiconductor ====
 
==== Dialog Semiconductor ====
 
* [[DA14583 series]]
 
* [[DA14583 series]]
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==== GigaDevice ====
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* [[GD32VF1xx]]
  
 
==== Infineon ====
 
==== Infineon ====
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==== Microchip ====
 
==== Microchip ====
 
* [[ATSAM Device Series]]
 
* [[ATSAM Device Series]]
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** [[Microchip SAMD21 | SAMD21 series specifics]]
 
** [[ATSAME70]]
 
** [[ATSAME70]]
 
** [[ATSAMS70]]
 
** [[ATSAMS70]]
 
** [[ATSAMV7x]]
 
** [[ATSAMV7x]]
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* [[ATSAMD specifics | Microchip ATSAMD]]
  
 
==== Nordic Semi ====
 
==== Nordic Semi ====
 
* [[nRF51 Series Devices]]
 
* [[nRF51 Series Devices]]
 
* [[nRF52 Series Devices]]
 
* [[nRF52 Series Devices]]
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* [[nRF91 Series Devices]]
  
 
==== Nuvoton ====
 
==== Nuvoton ====
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==== NXP ====
 
==== NXP ====
* [[NXP device specifics | Device specifics]]
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* [[S32Kxxx]]
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* [[Kinetis Series Devices]]
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** [[K32W]]
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** [[Kinetis KE1xZ 48 MHz series]]
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* [[iMX Series Devices]]
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** [[i.MX6SoloX]]
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** [[I.MX6DQ | i.MX6DualLite]]
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** [[I.MX6DQ | i.MX6Dual]]
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** [[I.MX6DQ | i.MX6DualPlus]]
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** [[I.MX6DQ | i.MX6Quad]]
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** [[I.MX6DQ | i.MX6QuadPlus]]
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** [[i.MX7Dual]]
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** [[i.MX7ULP]]
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** [[i.MXRT1050]]
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** [[i.MXRT1060]]
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*LPC Series Devices
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** [[LPC series - EMC buffer]]
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** [[LPC845|LPC845 series]]
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** [[LPC178x|LPC178x series]]
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** [[LPC540xx|LPC540xx series]]
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** [[LPC55xx|LPC55xx series]]
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** [[NXP LPC43xx series| LPC43xx series]]
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==== Qorvo ====
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* [[Qorvo device specifics | Device specifics]]
  
 
==== Renesas ====
 
==== Renesas ====
* [[Renesas device specifics | Device specifics]]
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* [[RZ/G1]]
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* [[RZ_A1H | RZ/A1H]]
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* [[Using RTT on RZ A1H]]
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* [[Synergy]]
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* [[Renesas_RX66T | RX66T]]
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* [[Renesas_RX72M | RX72M]]
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* [[Renesas_RX72N | RX72N]]
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* [[Renesas_RX72T | RX72T]]
  
 
==== Silicon Labs ====
 
==== Silicon Labs ====
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==== ST ====
 
==== ST ====
* [[ST device specifics | Device specifics]]
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* [[Connecting to STM32 Nucleo boards]]
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* [[Using SWO on STM327xxG evaluation boards]]
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* [[Setting read out protection on STM32F0 devices]]
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* [[Secured ST device detected]]
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* [[STR91x]]
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* [[STM32]]
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** [[STM32F1]]
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** [[STM32F2]]
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** [[STM32F3]]
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** [[STM32F4]]
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** [[STM32G4]]
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** [[STM32L4]]
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** [[STM32L5]]
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** [[STM32F7]]
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** [[STM32H7]]
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** [[STM32WB55]]
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** [[STM32MP15x]]
  
 
==== Syntacore ====
 
==== Syntacore ====
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* [[SAM C21 Xplained Pro]]
 
* [[SAM C21 Xplained Pro]]
 
* [[SAM E53/54 Xplained Pro]]
 
* [[SAM E53/54 Xplained Pro]]
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==== GigaDevice ====
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* [[SiPeed Longan Nano]]
  
 
==== Infineon ====
 
==== Infineon ====
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* [[CEC1702 clicker]]
 
* [[CEC1702 clicker]]
 
* [[SAMA5D2 XPlained Ultra]]
 
* [[SAMA5D2 XPlained Ultra]]
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==== Nordic Semiconductor  ====
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* [[nRF9160 DK]]
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==== Nuvoton ====
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* [[NuMaker-PFM-M2351]]
  
 
==== Renesas ====
 
==== Renesas ====
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==== SiFive ====
 
==== SiFive ====
 
* [[SiFive Arty FPGA Dev Kit]]
 
* [[SiFive Arty FPGA Dev Kit]]
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* [[GroupGets LoFive R1.1]]
  
 
==== Silicon Labs ====
 
==== Silicon Labs ====
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==== Syntacore ====
 
==== Syntacore ====
 
* [[Syntacore SCR1 SDK Arty | SCR1 SDK Arty]]
 
* [[Syntacore SCR1 SDK Arty | SCR1 SDK Arty]]
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==== STM32Duino ====
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* [[Blue Pill]]
  
 
==== TI ====
 
==== TI ====
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* [[STM32F769I EVAL]]
 
* [[STM32F769I EVAL]]
 
* [[STM32H743I-EVAL]]
 
* [[STM32H743I-EVAL]]
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* [[STM32H745I-Discovery]]
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* [[STM32H753I-EVAL]]
 
* [[STM32L476 Discovery]]
 
* [[STM32L476 Discovery]]
 
* [[STM32L476 Eval]]
 
* [[STM32L476 Eval]]
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== WebUSB ==
 
== WebUSB ==
* [[J-Link:WebUSB | WebUSB]]
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* [[J-Link:WebUSB | Application programming via WebUSB]]
  
== J-Flash ==
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== [[J-Flash]] ==
 
* [[CRC calculation]]
 
* [[CRC calculation]]
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== J-Flash SPI ==
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* [[Adesto AT25PExx/AT45DBxx1E serial Flashes]]
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* [[Winbond W25M512JVFIQ serial Flash]]
  
 
== IDE and Debugger specifics ==
 
== IDE and Debugger specifics ==
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* [[NXP KDS]]
 
* [[NXP KDS]]
 
* [[Renesas e²studio]]
 
* [[Renesas e²studio]]
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* [[STM32CubeIDE]]
 
* [[TI Code Composer Studio]]
 
* [[TI Code Composer Studio]]
 
* [[Visual Studio Code ]]
 
* [[Visual Studio Code ]]
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*[[SEGGER Ozone#Start_debug_session_with_bootloader|Start debug session with bootloader]]
 
*[[SEGGER Ozone#Start_debug_session_with_bootloader|Start debug session with bootloader]]
 
*[[SEGGER Ozone#Start_debug_session_with_bootloader|Watch window expression examples]]
 
*[[SEGGER Ozone#Start_debug_session_with_bootloader|Watch window expression examples]]
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== TIF specifics  ==
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* [[J-Link:cJTAG specifics | cJTAG specifics]]
  
 
== FAQ ==
 
== FAQ ==

Latest revision as of 14:17, 14 February 2020

The J-Link debug probes with their outstanding performance, robustness, and ease of use are the market leading debug probes today. The J-Trace PRO sets a benchmark for instruction tracing with its streaming trace function that enables unlimited tracing at full clock speed.

This wiki page explains and links to details and device specifics that can not be found on the debug and trace probes product pages.

Glossary / Definitions of Debug and Trace specific terms

J-Link

SEGGER J-Links are the most widely used line of debug probes available today. They've proven their value for more than 10 years in embedded development. This popularity stems from the unparalleled performance, extensive feature set, large number of supported CPUs, and compatibility with all popular development environments.

J-Link software

J-Link model specifics

For an overview which hardware versions of the different models support which features, please refer to the model feature overview.

Extending device support

Troubleshooting

Device specifics

Ambiq Micro

Analog Devices

AndesTech

ARM

Atmel

Cypress

China Key System (CKS)

Dialog Semiconductor

GigaDevice

Infineon

Intel

MediaTek

Microchip

Nordic Semi

Nuvoton

NXP

Qorvo

Renesas

Silicon Labs

SiFive

ST

Syntacore

TI

Toshiba

Xilinx

Zilog

Core specifics

Evaluation board specifics

ARM

Ambiq Micro

Adafruit

Atmel

GigaDevice

Infineon

MediaTek

Microchip

Nordic Semiconductor

Nuvoton

Renesas

SiFive

Silicon Labs

Syntacore

STM32Duino

TI

NXP

ST

Xilinx

Flash programming

J-Trace

J-Trace PRO is an advanced debug probe that supports the advanced tracing features of Arm Cortex cores. It can capture complete instruction traces over long periods of time—thereby enabling the recording of infrequent, hard-to-reproduce bugs. This is particularly helpful when the program flow "runs off the rails" and stops in a fault state. Using the right software tools, J-Trace PRO trace probes are particularly helpful in analyzing system behaviour enabling uninstrumented live code coverage and code profiling.

Device Specifics

Keil MDK

RTT

WebUSB

J-Flash

J-Flash SPI

IDE and Debugger specifics

Ozone

TIF specifics

FAQ

Glossary / Definitions