Is there a configuration file so that Flash Tool v184.108.40.206 will support the AM335X EVM?
That tool supports AM37x and AM35x only. A flash tool that will use the
functionality of u-boot is in the works.
I will never have u-boot on my product (isn't this a StarterWare forum for people not using u-boot or linux?). I have my own utility to flash the NAND (both my boot code and my apps and RTOS), but it only works after I get an initial boot installed in NAND. When I get into production, I will have my NAND pre-flashed. But I do need a utiltity to recover corrupted hardware and for pre-production products that will not have NAND pre-flashed. Right now my only option is to do this through CCS and JTAG. If you give me the communication spec to talk to the TI boot loader through UART0, I will write my own bare NAND flash tool. It should actually be quite simple to do and I have done this with other ARM processors in the past.
You can use UART to send your executable to the ROM code through xmodem. Kindly refer to the section 220.127.116.11 UART Boot Procedure, of AM335x TRM for the details.
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