There may seem that development board DM320010 hardware have been updated,
Without PKOB software been updated correspondingly!
In the webpage for DA starter kit:
"For starter kits populated with the PIC32MZ2064DAH (older) on the daughter card, please visit the MPLAB Harmony 2 Framework site for information about software, demos, and board support packages.
For starter kits populated with the PIC32MZ2064DAS (newer) on the daughter card, please visit the MPLAB Harmony 3 Framework site for information about software, demos, and board support packages. "
For starter kits without Crypto hardware, the corresponding chips seem to be:
PIC32MZ2064DAG169 (older) on the daughter card,
While the PIC24 on board debugger mainly use PICkit 3 firmware and tables,
there are some tables hidden inside MPLAB installation listing which PIC chips are expected to work with the on-board debugger.
It is possible to update this table yourself,
but since it is inside a compressed .jar archive, it may be somewhat tricky:
In windows installation on my development computer is:
C: / Program Files (x86) / Microchip / MPLABX / v5.25 / mplab_platform / mdbcore / modules
Among the files is:
I make a backup copy of this file, and then open the original archive using WinZip
Inside this file is: pkobskde.platformTool.xml
I open the file inside WinZip, for editing using Notepad++ editor,
copy and paste the nessesary additional lines, and save the updates.
<mp:device mp:name="PIC32MZ2064DAR169" mp:support="beta"/>
<mp:device mp:name="PIC32MZ2064DAS169" mp:support="beta"/>
When the editor is completed, WinZip will ask to update the archive with the modified file.
Before starting MPLAB X again, delete the mplab cache directory.
Location of the cache directory is revealed by 'Help' 'About' menu item in MPLAB X.
See also this thread: https://www.microchip.com/forums/FindPost/974175
Until Microchip make the nessesary update, you will have to repeat such update for each new release of MPLAB.
Another possibility is to remove the jumper J17 on edge of the board, see schematics 4 of 5, page 38.
and connect PICkit 3 or PICkit 4, to the 6 pin connector J12, ICSP HDR, see schematics 2 of 5, page 36,
in User's guide for the board.
post edited by Mysil - 2019/10/13 19:45:47