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Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
15-01-2012, 10:42 PM,
#1
Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
I lost the bootloader of my Olimex PIC32 Pinguino.
The utility mphidflash overwrite it for my error.
Can you give me the original bootloader?
Olimex's site hasn't it. I wrote to Olimex for ask it.

Thank you
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16-01-2012, 12:02 AM,
#2
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
Hi

The booloader is in the /extra folder.
The file is attached. But rename it to HID Bootloader PI32-Pinguino.hex ( the forum don't want hex file !! )

Jean-Pierre

(15-01-2012, 10:42 PM)davide Wrote: I lost the bootloader of my Olimex PIC32 Pinguino.
The utility mphidflash overwrite it for my error.
Can you give me the original bootloader?
Olimex's site hasn't it. I wrote to Olimex for ask it.

Thank you



Attached Files
.zip   HID Bootloader PI32-Pinguino.zip (Size: 31.3 KB / Downloads: 161)
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16-01-2012, 10:48 AM,
#3
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
The forum support now .hex file attachement Wink
Régis

(16-01-2012, 12:02 AM)Jean-Pierre Wrote: Hi

The booloader is in the /extra folder.
The file is attached. But rename it to HID Bootloader PI32-Pinguino.hex ( the forum don't want hex file !! )

Jean-Pierre

(15-01-2012, 10:42 PM)davide Wrote: I lost the bootloader of my Olimex PIC32 Pinguino.
The utility mphidflash overwrite it for my error.
Can you give me the original bootloader?
Olimex's site hasn't it. I wrote to Olimex for ask it.

Thank you

It is easier to complain than it is to do, but it is better to do than it is to complain.
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16-01-2012, 11:07 AM,
#4
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
(16-01-2012, 12:02 AM)Jean-Pierre Wrote: The booloader is in the /extra folder.
The file is attached. But rename it to HID Bootloader PI32-Pinguino.hex ( the forum don't want hex file !! )

Jean-Pierre
Hi,

thank you for your hex, but don't work. PIC32 PINGUINO don't enter in the bootloader. I tried the bootloader UBW32_HIDBoot_MX460.hex USB HID is detected, but the button USER is ignored, start only the first time when no user code is written.
UBW32_HIDBoot_MX460.hex is just a test, I have a Olimex PIC32 Pinguino.

Davide
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16-01-2012, 11:33 AM,
#5
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
You should not be using a different bootloader. The MX460 one is almost certainly not suitable (the clue is in the name!).

If you really lost your bootloader - not easy so how did you do it? - you'll need something such as a PICkit 3 to reflash the chip.

John
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18-01-2012, 09:52 PM,
#6
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
I resolved my problem. Olimex give me the original bootloader and works without problem.
I think is better to delete the bootloader on SVN.
Quote:not easy so how did you do it?
mphidflash is an utility on linux, which not permit error in the preparation of .hex, is letal with newbie as me.


.hex   PINGUINO_BOOT+DEMO.hex (Size: 753.85 KB / Downloads: 158)
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18-01-2012, 11:36 PM,
#7
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
It's good you got it! How did you reflash it to the board?

John
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20-01-2012, 12:24 AM,
#8
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
With PicKit2. PIC32 PINGUINO has a connector with ICSP.
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22-01-2012, 02:56 AM,
#9
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
This is a real coincidence!
I have been agonizing all day about taking the chance to write my own code - outside the Pinguino IDE - using the Microchip PIC32 compiler and burning code to the Olimex Pinguino OTG. This HEX source may be the solution that allows us to not worry about wiping out the bootloader and being able to return to the IDE.

Davide, the "...+Demo" in the hex file, is that the original Olimex blink LED example? I assume it is.

I am using a PICKit3. No problems with it and it recognizes the Pinguino OTG readily using the ICSP (1mm?) connector.

I'm going to reflash the HEX file from Davide after I post this reply. Wish me luck and keep your fingers crossed!! Undecided

Regards,
Bill

Thank you Davide et all!
The bootloader worked and I was able to recompile an example "sketch" and upload and it works.

Whew! A great relief.

Cheers!!! Big Grin
Bill
Thank you Davide et all!
The bootloader worked and I was able to recompile an example "sketch" and upload and it works.

Whew! A great relief.

Cheers!!! Big Grin
Bill
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23-01-2012, 11:55 PM,
#10
RE: Bootloader PIC32 Pinguino
(22-01-2012, 02:56 AM)BillE Wrote: Davide, the "...+Demo" in the hex file, is that the original Olimex blink LED example? I assume it is.
Yes, it's correct.

(22-01-2012, 02:56 AM)BillE Wrote: I am using a PICKit3. No problems with it and it recognizes the Pinguino OTG readily using the ICSP (1mm?) connector.
The step is 1.27mm

(22-01-2012, 02:56 AM)BillE Wrote: Thank you Davide et all!
The bootloader worked and I was able to recompile an example "sketch" and upload and it works.
Perfect!!!Big Grin
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