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sam0737

If someone wonders why the board is booted like that, and what is that baud rate 1200 hack, or would like to build their own firmware without using Arduino.
I have a little write-up of my findings, explaining how things are booted and flashed on Arduino Due/SAM3X in the playground - here: http://playground.arduino.cc/Bootloader/DueBootloaderExplained

Kuya Marc


If someone wonders why the board is booted like that, and what is that baud rate 1200 hack, or would like to build their own firmware without using Arduino.
I have a little write-up of my findings, explaining how things are booted and flashed on Arduino Due/SAM3X in the playground - here: http://playground.arduino.cc/Bootloader/DueBootloaderExplained


In your little write-up, you wrote, "flash it over the ICSP header with AVRISP technique". Is that technically correct with an ARM-based mCU?

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Graynomad

No it won't work with a SAM, I think he's referring to modifying the ATMEGA16U2 code.

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