This page lists some known issues and suggested workarounds for them.
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Permission denied to /dev/ttyACM0
Some of the upload steps fail and the error message says "permission denied to /dev/ttyACM0" with CODK-A, CODK-M or CODK-Z.
This can be solved by adding your user name to the group dialout.
1. Run the command to add your user name (<username>) to the dialout group:
S sudo usermod -a -G dialout <username>
2. You MUST log out and log in again so the update is effective.
No output on the serial monitor although the application example is running (A and M trees)
The application example has compiled and started running but nothing is displayed on a serial terminal like Screen or CuteCom.
To solve this issue you need to update the BLE firmware once:
$ make upload-ble-dfu
Then move to the application example, compile and upload the example.