OS: Windows 10
SW Version: nRF Connect 3.9.0, Programmer v2.0.0
Nothing has changed hardware-wise. Still using a Segger J-Link to try to complete this task. I've tried multiple J-Links to rule that possibility out.
Recently I've been tasked with updating cell modem firmware for a project, something I've done before with nRF Connect Programmer and a Segger J-Link without issue. I mistakenly accepted an update to nRF Connect and now when I try to update cell modem firmware, I get an error saying 'no matching trait found.' I never had this issue before updating. If I try to downgrade nRF Connect to anything lower than 3.8.0, I get warnings that the program may not behave properly.
I've done a little browsing and found the following:
'The developers have also found that the JLink version that is bundled with the latest version of nRF Command Line Tools causes errors in nRF Connect for Desktop. They are working on a fix for this as well, but a temporary workaround is to downgrade JLink to a known working version, v6.88a, from https://www.segger.com/downloads/jlink.
However, downgrading to v6.88a did not resolve the issue for me. Any ideas?