jtag pin as gpio

Hi,

I am fairly new to this controller and i am using PE-HMI1 board of renesas.

I am trying to configure JTAG pins as GPIO's which i am not able to.

Can anybody help me with this issue as to what i am doing wrong.

  • Hi Kap!

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  • In reply to jbishop:

    I want to use a debug peripheral pins as a GPIO.

    I have a PE-HMI1 v2 board and I tried to use a pin all four pins as a GPIO but only two pins are not working as a GPIO (P108 and P300).

    Another two pins are not working as a GPIO(P109 and P110).

    My question is If two pins of JTAG are working as a GPIO then why pins P109  and P110 are working as a GPIO.

    I disabled the debug pins in pin configuration.

    And all pins are configured as OUTPUT.

    e2 studio -  5.4

    ssp         - 1.1.3

    This is my configuration

    Thank you.

  • In reply to kap:

    Please try power cycling the board after programming, and after disconnecting the debugger.
  • In reply to Jeremy:

    Hello,
    Thank you for the solution

    I tried by power cycling the board after programming , and disconnecting the debugger , all four pins are now working fine for the LED blinking .

    Now the problem is the , in my application I am using pin P300 for the PWM generation , but pin P300 and P108 both are not generating a PWM after power cycling a board and after disconnecting the debugger.
  • In reply to kap:

    Thank you Jeremy
    My problem is solved , thank you for the help