5 Replies Latest reply on Jan 19, 2016 1:40 AM by rabo_2175911

    EEPROM Programming in production

    rabo_2175911

      Hi all,

      Is it possible to program separately EEPROM and Flash using command line tools on the BCM20736A1 SiP? Thks in advance.

        • 1. Re: EEPROM Programming in production
          MichaelF_56

          Yes, but we are confirming now.

           

          You will want to master the process of getting this to work on the TAG3 board using the SDK first:

           

          TAG3 Serial Flash Configuration

          • 2. Re: EEPROM Programming in production
            rabo_2175911

            Can you post here once you have news about the subject? Thanks.

            • 4. Re: EEPROM Programming in production
              jota_1939431

              Hello Raffaello,

               

              Please see the following post for Command line programming of the EEPROM:

              Programming the TAG2/TAG3 Board using command line tools

               

              In addition, we just tried to program the Serial FLASH using the following command string:

               

              jtate@LTSDO-JTATE /cygdrive/c/cygwin/home/jtate

              $ ./chipload.exe -BLUETOOLMODE -PORT COM100 -BAUDRATE 115200nfc -MINIDRIVER uart_64bytes_DISABLE_EEPROM_WP_PIN1.hex -CONFIG output.hex -BTP 20737_SFLASH.btp

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020AF00

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020AFFB

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B0F6

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B1F1

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B2EC

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B3E7

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B4E2

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B5DD

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B6D8

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B7D3

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B8CE

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020B9C9

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020BAC4

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020BBBF

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020BCBA

              Download minidriver successfully had written 251 bytes to address 0x0020BDB5

              ........

              Download config successfully had verified 167 bytes at address 0xFF004B58:  78 25 30 38 58 2C 20 55 47 20 6C 65 6E 67 74 68 3A 20 30 78 25 30 38 58 00 0D 75 70 67 72 61 64 65 20 63 6F 6D 70 6C 65 74 65 2C 20 70 65 72 66 6F 72 6D 20 72 65 73 65 74 00 49 6E 76 61 6C 69 64 61 74 65 64 20 4F 6C 64 20 53 53 2E 00 0A 4C 00 BC 9E 20 00 0A 48 0B 49 08 B5 88 42 02 D0 0A 4A 35 F6 4C FE 00 22 09 49 09 48 35 F6 8D FE 09 4A 09 4B 22 F0 0F 02 1A 60 BD E8 08 40 FE F7 B4 BB 60 9A 20 00 60 9A 20 00 00 00 00 00 5C 04 00 00 60 9A 20 00 DC 9E 20 00 50 0F 20 00 0B 04 00 BD 9E 20 00 FE 00 00
              Chip reset to address 0x00000000 succeeded
              Downloaded 0 code bytes ( 0.0%) and 18279 data bytes (100.0%). Verified 0 code bytes ( 0.0%) and 18279 data bytes (100.0%).   Current state: Completed successfully

              A total of 2 contiguous memory areas were filled:
              [FF000000..FF000027] DATA (40 bytes)
              [FF0004C0..FF004BFE] DATA (18239 bytes)

               

              Thanks

              JT

              • 5. Re: EEPROM Programming in production
                rabo_2175911

                Thanks. I'll give it a try.