MORA99 9 Posted September 19, 2014 Share Posted September 19, 2014 In order for this board to reach its full potential, it needs to be programmable in the field, very much preferably without a usb cable and a laptop at the location. From what I can gather the code for the chip is stored in the external SPI chip and when we flash new firmware, we are using the ftdi to send uart to the cc3200 which in turn writes the SPI. Is it possible to replace this bootloader with something that can load a new sketch/hex file over the network ? If not then the only remote programming possible would be a lesser language that is interpeted and any firmware upgrades would have to be done locally. I have a similar issue with the wired launchpad, it uses a seperate chip to do the programming, which does not have network access, but maybe one could store it somewhere and then reset the programming chip. HarisAhmed 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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