Does TI plans to make any bootloader (like the serial one for CC2530) for the CC2540 over USB or UART? If yes is there any date for release?
Is the cc2530 serial bootloader code a good starting point due to the MCU similarities or it's not portable?
We don't currently have specific plans to implement a bootloader in the CC2540; however the CC2530 bootloader would be a good starting point since the two devices have identical MCUs.
Have you started porting the bootloader to CC2540? And are you interrested in sharing your work?
I will soon be needing a bootloader for CC2540 over USB.
Btw, where can I find the bootloader for CC2530?
Not finished yet and cannot share it - it's not my property, the company owns it for who I work ...
CC253x Bootloader you can find in the CC253x SDK: http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/z-stack.html
Take the full version, install it and check the projects/samples inside - it has a pdf doc also about their serial bootloader.
Fair enough :-)
Thanks for the info, I will have a go myself then.
The 2530 sdk has a USB-Serial bootloader example which might fit exactly Your needs. The two MCU's are identical, You ave to replace only the included directories to the 2540 ones and either rewrite the communication protocol, either use the TI one.
My needs are a bit different so I have to write more code.
I know it's been a while since this post, but have you had any luck with a CC2540 OTA Bootloader?
ditto here. Please advise whether the universal bootloader for cc2540 is available or not.
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