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Belgique - Arlon
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Oh, yes ! The EDU version actually makes the difference ! (Adafruit sells it).

But what about the use of this jtag ? I read in the features : "It support both JTAG (ARM7/9/11) and SWD (ARM Cortex), and has you covered for any core: ARM7/9/11, Cortex-A5/A8/A9, Cortex-M0/M0+/M1/M3/M4, Cortex-R4".
It seems to be useless for Arduino debugging.

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You may have missed, that we are in the Arduino Due section.
This arduino device is based on Atmel SAM3X8E which is powerd by an ARM Cortex M3 core with ICE and JTAG or SWD connection possibility (both also available on the Arduino Due board thru adequate pin headers).

Older AVR debug tools like AVRICE or AVRDRAGON are in deed of no use for this kind of device (btw. same is true for Teensy 3.0 i.e.)
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You are right.
I was not even conscious of the existence of that Arduino board  smiley-red
I was looking for debugging opportunities with the traditionnal boards.
Sorry for any disturbance. (and thanks for your patience).
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