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Psoc 3 UART Bootload problem

Summary: 15 Replies, Latest post by Bob Marlowe on 13 Aug 2015 06:45 AM PDT
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Hello,

I try using the UART protocol (http://www.cypress.com/documentation/application-notes/an68272-psoc-3-ps...) but i can't program. I attach the my project and the error image. On image the the green progress bar is in this state without change... I try everything and didn't found a solution for this problem...

 

 Thanks,

Romil
 

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Romil,

the baudrate in your bootloader is set to 115200 bd. The bootloader host is set to only 57600 bd. Try changing that to both the same value.

 

Bob

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Bob,

now i set 57600bd in both case and the problem is same.

Any other solution?

Regards,

Romil 
 

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You have done this step, and both configed for no flow control, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit ?

 

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yes, i do this in both configuration. 

this problem is very strange....

 

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What equipment did you use when programming the Bootloader project into the PSoC?

And I just see: You have got Hardware Tx Enable checked in your UART configuration. Still active?

And can it be that you try to program the Bootloader instead of the bootloadable???

Bob

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What equipment did you use when programming the Bootloader project into the PSoC?   I use miniprog3 RevB

You have got Hardware Tx Enable checked in your UART configuration. Still active? Yes. The UART work fine. I  create a simple project when i send and receive bytes using the UART protocol with my PC ( PC <-> PSoC).

And can it be that you try to program the Bootloader instead of the bootloadable???  It's impossible. i be careful with this situation.

Romil

 

 

 

 

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Your supported picture from your first post shows a name of the hex-file as "UARTBootloa..." which would be the name of the Bootloader file. Your Bootloadable projects do not have got an "UART" in their name.

 

Bob

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Bob, i can't understand your point of view.

Can you explain me?

Romil 

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When you look at your first post in this thread, there is a picture you provided (Progressbar).

This is the view of the BootLoader Host program. Under Step2 You selected as Bootloadable project a file named UARTBootloa???.hex (The complete name is not shown).  This is your BootLoader file and not the bootloadable!

 

Bob

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Bob, 

The file i choice for bootloadable is "Bootloadable1.cyacd". 

If you try you have the same problem. Check it please

Regards

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