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Bus Pirate firmware v4.2 released

Posted on Friday, March 5th, 2010 in Bus Pirate by Ian

Bus Pirate firmware v4.2 is available for download. THIS IS FOR BOOTLOADER v4 ONLY. If you haven’t upgraded to the version 4 bootloader, see the v4 bootloader upgrade guide.

Major changes include:

  • OpenOCD JTAG debugging support (thanks robots!)
  • New speed settings in I2C, raw2/3wire, updated also in binmode
  • Fixed error in 1-wire reset command in binmode (thanks Mike!)
  • Includes pirate-loader console app
  • Minor bug fixes

There are two ways to load a new firmware with the v4 bootloader: the ds30 Loader GUI and the pirate-loader console application. Get help or discuss this release in the forum.

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4 Responses to “Bus Pirate firmware v4.2 released”

  1. scj says:

    Bus Pirate v3
    Firmware v4.2 Bootloader v4.1
    DEVID:0x0447 REVID:0x3042 (B4)
    http://dangerousprototypes.com

    I am a bit unsure on how the bootloader upgrade process works between v4+ versions, since the update blog post only seems describes how to go from v2 to v4.

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