1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 3, 2017 10:54 PM by BoonT_56 Branched from an earlier discussion.

    Re: OTAFU and Versioning (con't)


      As a follow on to this thread: OTAFU and Versioning

      For secure OTA, according to the guide, the first four bytes will stands for firmware version information, and for non-secure OTA, where can we find the firmware version from the OTA bin file? should we specify the address of the following constant:

      const WS_UPGRADE_APP_INFO WsUpgradeAppInfo

      And how can we specify the address in Eclipse?

        • 1. Re: OTAFU and Versioning (con't)

          The xxx.ota.bin file is created together at the same time when you built your new application. It is inside the build folder. If this is a non-secure OTA, then simply extract this file and use the appropriate peer app to carry out the upgrading.

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