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TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an ArduinoISP

Postby e-licktronic » Apr 5th, '15, 07:42

Dear Diyer,

We receive lot of question on how to burn the Yocto v1.0 bootloader on the Atmega1284p.
This tutorial describe how to do that with an Arduino as ISP programmer.
You need:
-1x Arduino Board
-Ardnuio 1.0.6 IDE installed and running
-Yocto Bootloader copied in Arduino IDE.

1. Download
YoctoBoot v1.0.zip
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2. Unzip and copy "Yocto" folder to "...My documents\Arduino\hardware"
3. Open ArduinoISP Sketch
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4.Burn it in your Arduino Board (Don't forget to choose the right board you get in Tools>Board>....)
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5.Connect ICSP Yocto connector to your Arduino Board as follow:
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6.Choose Arduino as ISP programmer in Tools>Programmer...
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7.Select Yocto BOOT 16mhz Board (If you don't find "Yocto BOOT 16Mhz" in Tools>Board that because you forgot to copy "Yocto" folder to to "...My documents\Arduino\hardware")
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8. Burn Bootloader. Arduino is burning Yocto Bootloader in your Atmega1284p. DON'T POWER YOUR YOCTO, IN THIS CASE WE USE ARDUINO +5V POWER RAIL
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9. Now you are able to upload "Yocto v1.0 SYSEX"

Feel free to ask question about this Tutorial.

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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby brock0791 » Apr 5th, '15, 17:38

Thank you for this. Any recommendation as to which arduino board I should buy?
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby e-licktronic » Apr 6th, '15, 05:51

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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby brock0791 » Apr 6th, '15, 06:07

I'll just buy it on amazon since I'm in canada and don't want to wait but judging by that link I'll assume the UNO model works. Thanks again
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby peskado » May 16th, '15, 11:48

Hello
Can i use this board for burn boot loader?
thank you
http://www.ebay.com/itm/MINI-USB-Nano-V ... 41923901f2
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby e-licktronic » May 18th, '15, 06:24

peskado wrote:Can i use this board for burn boot loader?
thank you
http://www.ebay.com/itm/MINI-USB-Nano-V ... 41923901f2


Yes you can ;)
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby dasanalog » May 27th, '15, 01:22

are the instructions the same for OSX. I cant seem to be able to add the Yoctoboot folder using the arduino software
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby tim_pugh » Apr 12th, '16, 19:48

I was hoping someone might be able to help with this. I've completed the build, and when I power the yocto, all the LED's light up.

When I try to upload the firmware it gets as far as step 8 which fails with the following message:

avrdude: Device signature = 0x000000
avrdude: Yikes! Invalid device signature.
Double check connections and try again, or use -F to override
this check.

I've checked the connections with a multimeter and they seem to match up to the chips data sheet. I've brought a new Atmega 1284P chip, which does the same thing. I've tried with 2 different Arduino's with the same result.

I'd happily pay for a pre-burnt chip, but they don't seem to be for sale.

I've limited experience using arduino, so not sure what to try next.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby Altitude » May 24th, '16, 10:55

What are the fuse settings? I'd like to stay away from Arduino and just use AVRdude or Atmel Studio
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Re: TUTO: How to burn Yocto v1.0 Bootloader with an Arduino

Postby e-licktronic » May 25th, '16, 19:23

Altitude wrote:What are the fuse settings? I'd like to stay away from Arduino and just use AVRdude or Atmel Studio


Lock = 0x3F , efuse = 0xFD, hfuse = 0xDC and lfuse = 0xD6

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