nRF Connect SDK v1.9.2 Release Notes
nRF Connect SDK delivers reference software and supporting libraries for developing low-power wireless applications with Nordic Semiconductor products in the nRF52, nRF53, and nRF91 Series. The SDK includes open source projects (TF-M, MCUboot, OpenThread, Matter, and the Zephyr RTOS), which are continuously integrated and re-distributed with the SDK.
Release notes might refer to “experimental” support for features, which indicates that the feature is incomplete in functionality or verification, and can be expected to change in future releases.
The feature is made available in its current state though the design and interfaces can change between release tags.
The feature will also be labeled with “EXPERIMENTAL” in Kconfig files to indicate this status.
Build warnings will be generated to indicate when features labeled EXPERIMENTAL are included in builds unless the Kconfig option
CONFIG_WARN_EXPERIMENTAL is disabled.
Fixed a Multiprotocol Service Layer issue where the High Frequency Clock would stay active if it was turned on between timing events.
The release tag for the nRF Connect SDK manifest repository (https://github.com/nrfconnect/sdk-nrf) is v1.9.2.
west.yml file for the corresponding tags in the project repositories.
For information on the included repositories and revisions, see Repositories and revisions for v1.9.2.
nRF Connect SDK v1.9.2 is supported by both nRF Connect extensions for Visual Studio Code and SEGGER Embedded Studio Nordic Edition. In future releases, documentation on the setup and usage of SEGGER Embedded Studio Nordic Edition will no longer be available and all references to IDE support will instruct users with nRF Connect extensions for Visual Studio Code. In future releases, SEGGER Embedded Studio will no longer be tested with the build system and it is not recommended for new projects.
nRF Connect extensions for Visual Studio Code will be under continued active development and supported and tested with future nRF Connect SDK releases. It is recommended for all new projects.
See Modem firmware compatibility matrix for an overview of which modem firmware versions have been tested with this version of the nRF Connect SDK.
Known issues are only tracked for the latest official release. See known issues for nRF Connect SDK v1.9.2 for the list of issues valid for the latest release.
The following sections provide detailed lists of changes by component.
The following change was introduced in the Multiprotocol Service Layer in nrfxlib:
Fixed an issue where the High Frequency Clock would stay active if it was turned on between timing events. This could occur during Low Frequency Clock calibration when using the RC oscillator as the Low Frequency Clock source (DRGN-17014).
The Zephyr fork in nRF Connect SDK (
sdk-zephyr) contains all commits from the upstream Zephyr repository up to and including
45ef0d2, plus some nRF Connect SDK specific additions.
This is the same commit ID as the one used for nRF Connect SDK v1.9.0.
For a complete list of nRF Connect SDK specific commits since v1.9.0, run the following command:
git log --oneline manifest-rev ^v2.7.99-ncs1