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Topic: [SOLVED] Ft232R and ATmega644 (Read 2229 times) previous topic - next topic


Feb 19, 2014, 07:42 pm Last Edit: Feb 19, 2014, 10:02 pm by corprius Reason: 1

Just a small question. Would it be possible to use the FT232R for programming a ATmega644 which already contains a arduino bootloader (from Sanguino)? I can find lots of examples using a ATmega238 or  168, but none about the ATmega644.


I bet that is possible, and most probably done.
The "boards.txt" file needs the additional info for the 644

e.g. https://code.google.com/p/arduino-atmega644/source/browse/boards.txt


Sure can. The FT232  just performs USB/Serial conversion, the '644 doesn't care where the serial is coming from.
That's basically what this is - a 40 pin 324/644/1284 with an FTDI FT232 module for USB/Serial.
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Thanks. I didn't want to spent any money at it while I was not sure it could be done. 

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