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The Bus Pirate has a bootloader that accepts software updates over the USB connection and writes them to the memory of the PIC 24FJ64GA002 microcontroller. Without a bootloader, we’d have update the firmware through the ICSP header using a ‘real’ programmer like an ICD2 or PICKIT2.
This guide explains how to update the Bus Pirate firmware using the bootloader and the Windows quick programmer utility.
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In this introductory tutorial we cover the basics of the Bus Pirate universal serial interface. First, we identify the different parts of the Bus Pirate and explain their function. Next, we cover driver installation and terminal configuration. Finally, we explain the user interface and demonstrate some basic terminal menu commands. There’s links to everything you need to start hacking with the Bus Pirate.
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