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

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