Official Yocto² Firmware

Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby e-licktronic » Sep 24th, '18, 08:08

v2.003beta:
-Should fix encoder issue

Yocto v2.003beta.zip
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v2.003:
-Fixed led scale bug
-Fixed pattern direction bug
-Fixed LCD special character bug
-Improved accent stability
-Fixed MIDI Clock lag
-Fixed DIN clock out phase
-Pattern start counting from 1 instead of 0
-Fixed Trig1 length when MIDI played
-Fixed group bug
-Improved Track mode fixtures
Yocto_v2_003.zip
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v2.002:
-First released
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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby JvR » Sep 24th, '18, 12:36

Thank you but I need a .hex or .bin file because I programmed with a TL866 programmer.
Please upload hex file. Thanks

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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby lukep_gdansk » Sep 25th, '18, 13:53

Yes, Vincent pls upload hex file.

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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby mangros » Oct 2nd, '18, 20:59

I have a freshly built Yocto2 where the encoder dial doesn't respond. According to posts on the forum, the way to fix it is to reflash.

I thought I might as well put the new firmware on from this sysex, but neither the 'start+stop' keypresses or the 1+3+5 keypresses mentioned in the user manual bring up any kind of bootloader mode - so how is it possible to transfer this? (Just trying to send the sysex after the Yocto2 has booted up doesn't do anything)

(for those doing the flash with hex - is it possible with a USB-ASP and avrdude? - if so would anyone mind sharing the correct command?)
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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby lukep_gdansk » Oct 3rd, '18, 11:55

for programming hex with pickit2:

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -U flash:w:c:\tools_y\Yocto_v2_002.hex:i -v

fuses:
avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -e -U lock:w:0x3F:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -U efuse:w:0xFD:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -U hfuse:w:0xDC:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -U lfuse:w:0xD6:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -U lock:w:0x0F:m -v

change your file hex destination and choose correct programmer, pls.

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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby blotvard » Oct 3rd, '18, 16:27

Can I has hex file pls? I flashed ma chip and it got no bootloader :(
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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby mangros » Oct 3rd, '18, 17:46

lukep_gdansk wrote:for programming hex with pickit2:

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -U flash:w:c:\tools_y\Yocto_v2_002.hex:i -v

fuses:
avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -e -U lock:w:0x3F:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -U efuse:w:0xFD:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -U hfuse:w:0xDC:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -u -U lfuse:w:0xD6:m -v

avrdude.exe -c pickit2 -p m1284p -P -b -U lock:w:0x0F:m -v

change your file hex destination and choose correct programmer, pls.

cheers


Great! That worked, thanks. I used:

avrdude -c usbasp -p m1284p -U flash:w:Yocto_v2_002.hex:i -v

... with a generic ebay USB ASP (all pins except 5v connected, Yocto2 power on). Didn't need to set fuses again. Encoder dial now works. Now awaiting v2.003 hex :)
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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby bizillcizole » Oct 7th, '18, 16:02

Still no flam with the latest update?
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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby blotvard » Oct 12th, '18, 17:15

Thank you for updating the zip with the hex file :D
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Re: Official Yocto² Firmware

Postby JvR » Oct 12th, '18, 19:14

Thanks for the hex file.

Cheers Jos
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