Where to download "Getting_Started_with_NXP_FRDM-K64F.zip" for LTE-M Kit?

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stephen.hart
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The download link included with the kit throws an "Access Denied" error:

https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/starterkit-assets/Getting_Started_wit...

 

Where can I download the "Getting_Started_with_NXP_FRDM-K64F.zip" for LTE-M Kit from?

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The software for the Avnet kits are all contained in the Avnet GIT repository, for example the RP github is https://github.com/Avnet/raspberrypi.  There are a lot of examples posted, just go to https://github.com/Avnet

Additionally, the original SW & documentation is located at https://os.mbed.com/teams/Avnet/code/Avnet_ATT_Cellular_IOT/

 

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stephen.hart
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Great news, thank you.  According to the instructions, the NXP board should show-up as "MBED" when the USB is connected to install this binary.  However, it comes up  only as Bootloader.  When flashed over USB, the binary does not seem to trigger the next steps in the instructions.  Any suggestions?

 

 

 

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stephen.hart
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Background:

According to the instructions, the NXP board should show-up as "MBED" when the USB is connected to install this binary.  However, it comes up  only as Bootloader.  When flashed over USB with the updated binary does not seem to trigger the next steps in the instructions (e.g., it does not come up labeled "Maintenace" ). It seems like it's not acting on the OpenSDA binary.

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Any suggestions how to get the OpenSDAv2 bootloader and DAPLINK tools to load on NCP FRDM-KF64F board when it seems to fail at the copy binary to bootloader step from Linux (Ubuntu or Ubuntu-Mate) in this case?