The removal of the automated time management in GUI version 3.0.0 requires the timing to be updated manually. The places which require updates are shown in the PFSM Validation. As shown in Figure 15-4, the DELAY_IMM 500 ms command, requires that the PFSM_STEP_DELAY be updated before that command is performed. The DELAY_IMM 500 ms and the associated fix are in the immediate_pd_shutdown power sequence, as shown in Figure 15-5.
Once the sequence has been updated the error is resolved as shown in Figure 15-6. The warning is an intentional result of this example. In most cases, the PFSM_DELAY_STEP must be restored to the global setting. In this special case, the sequence is executed before transitioning to the SAFE state and then automatically to the hardware SAFE_RECOVERY state. In this case, the PFSM_DELAY_STEP is automatically restored to the global setting when the PMIC returns to the mission states from the SAFE_RECOVERY state and the warning message can be ignored.