AVR xmega: Software jump to zero

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    Jorge

    Rob, did you find a solution to your problem ? now I'm working with a xmega256A3 and I have the same symptom that you describe, I loaded de bootloader y seems to be ok, and the the application to 0 vector, but the bootloader never jump to it.

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    Robert Wood

    Afraid not. Client ran out of money, so I haven't touched this for a few months - been on STM32 stuff. When he restarts the project I will need to suss it though. Might have to open a query directly with Rowley.

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    Michael Johnson

    If you can raise it as a ticket and attach the code I'll have a look at it.

     

    Regards

    Michael

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    Jorge

    Thanks Michael, but it's working now, Rob...I used xboot (http://code.google.com/p/avr-xboot/), you can try too, read the manual, if your application use UART beaware of UART_CLK2X bit (you must set it in your application) and use the  Makefile (configure for your hw) to compile.

    Bye. 

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