SAM3X8E programming using bootloader - bad chipid

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SAM3X8E programming using bootloader - bad chipid

Thu Nov 14, 2013 9:50 am

Hi guys,

I've been trying to get the Atmel SAM3X8E to talk to me through the default bootloader via bossac ( http://www.shumatech.com/web/products/bossa ).

As I understand the process, it should work like this:

Assuming a new IC (no firmware ever programmed inside, freshly soldered):

1. Power the device up
2. Connect serial connection from the PC to PA8 and PA9
3. Specify the port for Sam-ba or bossac
4. Run the software and get results

The two are indeed communicating (checked through scope), but I did get a chip ID of 0x00000000 the ARM from bossac.

I can't move forward without this. Am I missing something? Any hints?

Thank you,

David
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Re: SAM3X8E programming using bootloader - bad chipid

Thu Nov 14, 2013 10:38 pm

Solved - I was using an old version of said tool.
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Re: SAM3X8E programming using bootloader - bad chipid

Wed Oct 22, 2014 5:41 am

hello daqq,
i'm a beginner with sam3x8e and i think that i have some problem that need you to support.
i'm try to doing like you: design a pcb that can program the sam3x8e with the native usb, i do like arduino due schematic but i don't know that do i need the erase button and the uotgid, what are they use for?
and how about the ide, i think that i can use the atmel studio and then use the native usb to program. Is it right ?
thank you very much for see and answer my question .

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