BP 3.6

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BP 3.6

Postby atos » Mon Apr 10, 2017 6:26 am

Hiya,
I figured I'd dig into electronics again after a long break.

I found myself in need of writing a bootloader to an Arduino, fine I'll use that Bus Pirate I ordered a couple of years ago, I thought.

A few days later I'm out of options with troubleshooting. It gets identified as FT232R USB UART, but that's about it. And that's after bridging PGD and PGC ICSP-pins. Only thing that lits up is the power LED and I can establish some sort of connection by USB, but I never get a response, just a blank terminal.

Tried the executables contained in the firmware and bootloader repo, but none of them detects it properly either, otherwise I would have tried a firmware upgrade.

Anyone got any suggestions?
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