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This helped. Gave up on using the MCC stuff for this, other than the clicked-together basic peripheral init stuff. (Note that in the microchip official forum it was said the MCC I2C library is currently changing and not tested a lot) I basically just added a further parameter to indicate whether I want to use stop,start; or restart (aka repeated start ...


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Check out this forum post. The question asker has a similar problem communicating with an I2C peripheral via MCC generated code and seems to get it solved.


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Carefully check all items of chapter 2, also the very first bullet (which may cause your issue) The following is a list of pin names, which must always be connected: - All VDD and VSS pins (see 2.2 “Decoupling Capacitors”) You write you only connected pin 2 and 15. The connection to pins 16&36 you write about only count when you turned on the ...


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