Part Number: OPT8241-CDK-EVM
I just wanted to inform you what happens if you try to update the OPT9221 firmware on the OPT8241 EVM using Windows 10 and the TI EEPROM Programmer.
The behavior is reproducable. So, in short:
Situation: Upgrading the TI kit using a Windows 10 PC will invalidate the firmware. (Note: The device can be recovered!)Effect: The chipset LED does not light up anymore and you won’t get any readings from the depth camera anymore.Solution: Connect the kit to a Windows 7 PC and use that one to re-flash the firmware. Devices with invalid firmware can be recovered, as long as they still communicate via USB (which is usually the case, as the FX2 firmware remains untouched).
In reply to Anand Gadiyar:
here are the details as requested:
By the way, I also tried it on a Windows 10 desktop PC and got the same error.
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