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Hello, in my project I want to use the MSP430G2553 as a master which communicates with another device via USCI_A0 UART mode. Is it possible to program the MSP430G2553 via the other modes, e.g. USCI_B0 SPI or USCI_B0 I2C respectively, without the use of a programmer? Are there any tutorials regarding on how to write a bootloader for the MSP430? Cheers, Tim Torpedo
Hi all, I am trying to debug the bootloader example in eclipse with the jlink debugger. And I am not sure about how to configure the jlink plugin in eclipse correctly, where to point the stack and the pc register due to the fact that the gcc linker script uses the VMA and the LMA for the sections and the bootcode is copied into RAM in the reset handler. The download seems to work correctly, but breakpoints are not reached correctly. I would like to start debugging at the beginning in the assembler code, to see the first steps of copying the bootloader code into RAM. Is it possible to debug assembler code at this stage (in the reset handler) at all? In the debugger plugin in eclipse I choose to break e.g. in ResetISR, but it stops somewhere else. Can anyone give me a hint what I am doin wrong, how to correctly setup the debugger for this project? Thanks in advance, Andreas
Hello, i bought my msp430 about 6~ months ago, i bought it because i liked the price 4.30$ is really good for a dev board, and now im looking at arduinos, of course i dont want to spent 25-30$ on a board and have been reading about buying just the chip and some other components , slap it on a breadboard and using it that way but the problem is that the atmega328 and pretty much any chip needs to be burned with a bootloader, i read that it could be done from another arduino, but can i do it from an msp430?