Disconnecting from a target
To disconnect from a target, you can use either the Debug Control or the Commands view.
If you are using the Debug Control view, click Disconnect from Target on the toolbar.
Figure 5-15 Disconnecting from a target using the Debug Control view
If you are using the Commands view, enter quit in the Command field, then click Submit.
Figure 5-16 Disconnecting from a target using the Commands view
The disconnection process ensures that the state of the target does not change, except for the following case:
- Any downloads to the target are canceled and stopped.
- Any breakpoints are cleared on the target, but are maintained in Arm® Development Studio.
- The DAP (Debug Access Port) is powered down.
- Debug bits in the DSC (Debug Status Control) register are cleared.
If a trace capture session is in progress, trace data continues to be captured even after Arm Development Studio has disconnected from the target.