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    It might. If you're willing to test and prepare...

    It might. If you're willing to test and prepare code that works on both, I could send you a Teensy 3.2.


    Also, if you're willing to do a bit more, there are 3 things which could really help...
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    If you're able to use git, send a pull request. ...

    If you're able to use git, send a pull request.

    If not, don't worry. Just put the final known-good code in a post here on the forum and I'll manually merge it. Just make sure it's the exact...
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    Or maybe try changing that last line of isr() to...

    Or maybe try changing that last line of isr() to this, which would avoid the need to add the "dest_orig" variable near the beginning.


    arm_dcache_flush_delete((void *)((uint32_t)dest -...
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    Try adding this near the beginning of the isr()...

    Try adding this near the beginning of the isr() function, just after the if-else where "dest" and "end" are set.


    uint32_t *dest_orig = dest;

    Then at the end of isr(), change the cache...
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