Transfer Android UNO program to blank ATMEGA328 IC

Hi, i am facing issue.. How can i transfer the program from my Android UNO to a blank ATMEGA328 IC, so that i can use that IC in my project. I don't want to embed my Android UNO in my project.

Can anyone help me ?

Regards Sandy

solanki_21: How can i transfer the program from my Android UNO to a blank ATMEGA328 IC, so that i can use that IC in my project. I don't want to embed my Android UNO in my project.

What is an "Android UNO"? It sounds like an UNO capable of running the Android operating systems but I have a feeling that's not what you meant? :)

It's certainly possible to burn the Arduino bootloader onto a ATMega328 chip but it might be easier to use a cheap Arduino clone such as a Nano or a Pro Mini.

The bare chip will likely need a few additional components in order to run correctly and by the time you purchase these extra components you could have purchased a cheap clone.

Hi,
Thanks for the reply…

Sorry that was a typo in my post, i meant “Arduino UNO” rather than “Android UNO” . :frowning:
Since things are not working, i am totally messed up. Sorry for that.

Yes, i can definitely use the Arduino Nano, but as of now it out of stock with my vendor and it will take few days time to reach me.

Whats the other way around ?

I saw this Video How To Load Bootloader onto Arduino - YouTube
and followed the steps but while burning my ATMEGA328 IC, the IDE was showing error…

Please note that in my Arduino UNO the IC is ATMEGA328P and my blank IC is ATMEGA328…
Is this could be a reason ??

Also, Isn’t there any way that i can re-use my Arduino UNO IC i.e. ATMEGA328P ?

I tried using the same IC i.e. ATMEGA328P by taking out from my Arduino UNO. I put it on the breadboard, connected Crystal and 2 PF capacitor… but its still not showing the output (Blinking Program).

Can you please suggest me a way ?? I will definitely use the Arduino Nano one the stock is available.
But i need the urgent workaround… :frowning:

Regards
Sandy

Looks like you need to study the tutorial.

Is "2 PF" another one of your typo or did you actually use 2 PF caps? The correct value is 22PF, with a 16MHz crystal that has load capacitance of 12pF. Do you know if you got the right crystal?