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After a few days of web searching and scraping together a windows machine to do the job, he found that Atmel provided a document describing the communications protocol used, and happily spent the next week hacking together the start of dfu-programmer.
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Do you know if the Flip installer at Microchip works on Win10/64? Alternatively, should I use Hlavac's drivers from 2010: https://community.atmel.com/proj...Add to that trying three different LANs and four different browsers. I think the conclusion must be that there are design or manufacturing flaws in the wifi shield product. In summary, need to install USB driver for Shield from Flip usb directory,then need to use wifi file to update,then it works***************************************************I'm having some similar issues. You would think that if the design of the wifi shield and software is good, at least something would work. Given the casual/vague nature of the support and firmware revision controls, the arduino people do not seem to know how to fix it or support it. Right out of the box, I could use the Wi Fi simple web server example to connect to a network, but couldn't get a web server to see the device (via the reported IP address). Running batchisp 1.2.5 on Fri Aug 02 2013AT32UC3A1256 - USB - USB/DFUDevice selection....................... Hi, I got the same problem with updating the firmware and I found a simlpe solution: I took a copy of "wifi_dnld.elf" into the main path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Atmel\Flip 3.4.7\bin"and erased the path in the statement. This did not work:-device AT32UC3A1256 -hardware usb -operation erase f memory flash blankcheck loadbuffer /Arduino/hardware/arduino/firmwares/wifishield/binary/wifi_program verify start reset 0Running batchisp 1.2.5 on Fri Oct 18 2013AT32UC3A1256 - USB - USB/DFUDevice selection.......................
A number of 4ms devices use an AVR microcontroller. On most 4ms devices that use an AVR chip, there’s a 6-pin header (2 rows of 3 pins) near the chip. It’s marked with a white dot and is located under the tap button and jack.This header lets you update, upgrade, or hack the AVR chip. The QCD has four ATtiny85 chips: one for the tap button and one for each of the four channels. To program the channels, you must apply a gate signal to the Reset and CLK IN jack for the channel you’re programming. Note: It’s usually fine to use a passive mult to split one gate signal to all the Reset and CLK IN jacks.