Flashing the Client Application with Firmware Updates

Run the Code Composer Studio™ Uniflash Software

  1. Plug in your CC3200 device and make sure that the J15 Jumper is set to ON by covering the 2 pins with a jumper cover.
  2. From File select New Configuration and select the following:
  • Connection: CC3x Serial(UART) Interface
  • Board or Device: SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100/CC3200
  1. On the left panel under the System Files, highlight the /sys/mcuimg.bin file.
  2. From the right panel click the Browse button right next to the Url field.
  3. Navigate to your cc3200-sdk folder
    Tip: By default, the location on Windows is C:\ti\CC3200SDK_1.1.0\cc3200-sdk
  4. Under cc3200-sdk\example\application_bootloader\ccs\Release select the application_bootloader.bin file. The /sys/mcuimg.bin screen appears.
  5. Under the /sys/mcuimg.bin screen, check Erase, Update and Verify.
  1. From the left panel, Select CC31xx/CC32xx Flash Setup and Control.
  2. Select Add File. A prompt will appear and disappear.
  3. Under User Files, highlight new file/{unique hex code}
  4. In the right panel, make sure the name field contains /sys/mcuimg1.bin
  5. Click the Browse button right next to the Url field.
  6. Pick the name_of_your_project.bin from your workspace_name/project_name/RELEASE/.
    Note: There is a demo .bin file that you can use in the xively-client-c GitHub folder, under \xively-client-c\examples\cc3200\xively_demo\Release
  7. Under the /sys/mcuimg1.bin screen, check Erase, Update and Verify.
  1. From the left panel highlight CC31xx/CC32xx Flash Setup and Control.
  2. Click the Program button.
  3. Set the J15 jumper to OFF and restart your device by disconnecting and reconnecting the USB cable.

Result:
Your device runs the test program.

Updated 2 years ago

Flashing the Client Application with Firmware Updates


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