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code:update_firmware_through_arduino [2009/12/06 02:09]
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code:update_firmware_through_arduino [2011/06/01 17:05] (current)
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 This example shows how to update the firmware on the uMMC or uMP3 using an Arduino. This example shows how to update the firmware on the uMMC or uMP3 using an Arduino.
  
-**NOTE:** There currently is only updater for Windows.  If someone has some spare time to write a portable Java version, contact support@roguerobotics.com and you can get some help.  The Windows updater only supports "COM1" -> "COM4", so you will have to make sure your Arduino Serial connection is using one of those.  See [[http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1152222752/0|here]] for more info.+**//This is outdated. Please see [[tools:rogueupdater|Firmware Update Tool]]//** 
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 +**NOTE:** This is only an updater for Windows. The Windows updater only supports "COM1" -> "COM4", so you will have to make sure your Arduino Serial connection is using one of those.  See [[http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1152222752/0|here]] for more info.
  
 Before you start the procedure below, it is best to compile and download the "Serial Pass-though" sketch to your Arduino.  Make sure you select the right one for your Arduino board.  After uploading the sketch to your Arduino, quit the Arduino IDE. Before you start the procedure below, it is best to compile and download the "Serial Pass-though" sketch to your Arduino.  Make sure you select the right one for your Arduino board.  After uploading the sketch to your Arduino, quit the Arduino IDE.
code/update_firmware_through_arduino.txt · Last modified: 2011/06/01 17:05 by bhagman
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