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PSoC 3 / PSoC 5 Bootloader through I2C Application Note

What can a customized Bootloader do for me and my project?

How do I create a Bootloader?

What's the communication going on between my host and my target?

These and many other questions are handled in the updated Application Note AN60317. It describes how to add an I2C bootloader to a PSoC® 3 / PSoC 5 project. It also discusses how to use the PC based bootloader host program provided with PSoC Creator. Finally the application note illustrates how to create your own embedded bootloader host. Each of these is explained with examples.

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