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ZC25Q_Monitor

Counts:29  
Build Version: 20120901
File Size: 0.09 MB
Hardware: ZC25128-M1, ZC2564-M1
Support O/S: Windows XP 32 bit, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista 32 bit, Windows Vista 64 bit, 
Windows 7 32 bit, Windows 7 64 bit, Linux

Q_Monitor verion for both ZC2564-M1 and ZC25128-M1, after update to this version, the emulator will loss the emulator functuon and only left the debugview function. It will be easy to hook the emulator with pin to pin cable to the on board SPI flash chip and real time monitoring the working status of the real SPI flash chip via SAMEFILE's debugview. For example, if you want to check if your code is runnung with single I/O mode or dual I/O mode or quad I/O mode, you just need to see the debugview's SPI instructions and see the 03h, 3Bh, 6Bh or EBh has turn into red will know which mode is running on your board. A quick way to figure out a real SPI chip's status without logic analyzer.
Surely you can update the firmware back to other version to get back the emulator function any time.

 
 

 
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