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Device not supported in Program to Go mode.

Hi,
 
   I have a device dsPIC33EP128MC506 and i have PICKIT4 tool with me and MPLAB X v5.25. Application program is downloaded successfully with PICKIT4, but same will display following error message in Program To Go mode. Please help for that.
 
Error: "This device does not currently support the programmer to go operation. Connection Failed."
 
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Nandish Jasani.
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    Re: Device not supported in Program to Go mode. 2020/08/22 00:41:05 (permalink)
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    Have you tried the latest version of MPLabX?
    Or at least a newer one.
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    Re: Device not supported in Program to Go mode. 2020/08/22 01:59:47 (permalink)
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    Thanks for your reply, i have updated MPLAB Verions 5.40, now its done, but after loading program MPLAB XIDE shows message "Programmer to go is currently in beta mode". What is this beta mode? And this message shows in red color, is it error?
     
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    Re: Device not supported in Program to Go mode. 2020/08/22 02:06:55 (permalink)
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    "Beta" means "first test version".
    i.e. it might work, or it might have problems, as this is the first version.
     

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    Re: Device not supported in Program to Go mode. 2020/08/22 02:46:06 (permalink)
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    ok, i got it, actually program image is stored in uSDcard and completed program to go. But when i disconnect PICKIT4 with PC (Connected to target board) and Power up my target board then PICKIT4 blinks green led, then i press MPLAB shield button on PICKIT4 for reprogram hardware, its not initiate program loading process, its only blinks green led continuously. So what should the problem? Is i miss some procedure?
     
      Please guide.
     
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    Re: Device not supported in Program to Go mode. 2020/08/22 15:20:49 (permalink)
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    did you try pressing an holding the button several times? the button can be flaky.
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    Re: Device not supported in Program to Go mode. 2020/10/01 03:52:56 (permalink)
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    When will the PTG function out of Beta mode?
     
    I used to use this function to download my board with PIC24FJ128GB202. But this time I am not lucky, the tool shows purple blink and turn to red blink after first press the button. And when i press it again, it turns green blink. I don't understand why. And I just update my MPLAB X IDE to V5.40. The hardware didn't change, the pickit4 is the same one.
     
    Any information can help?
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