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Part Number: TMDXIDK5718
As I understand , booting from QSPI1 is possible for TMDXIDK5718.
1. How to write ""Boot images"" Uboot and MLO to QSPI1 flash?? I guess it is possible only via MMC SD card.
If i change the sysboot pins for peripheral boot from USB1 (DFU) is it possible??. I guess USB1 in TMDXIDK5718 is configured as host device. is such a case will this port support DFU.
From Uboot can i download image via USB2 (DFU). How to do this ?? does TI provide any examples for this??
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Rakesh MuralidharanFrom Uboot can i download image via USB2 (DFU). How to do this ?? does TI provide any examples for this??
Yes, you can use DFU via USB2 in Uboot, (but not from ROM/sysboot). The Processor SDK Uboot User's Guide has an example showing how to do DFU in Uboot.
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