My question is similar to “New firmware for old core”:
but the situation is slightly different.
I have cores from Spring 2014. I’m not using the cloud for anything, but instead locally compile and link code in the following directories:
firmware (which includes my modified Application.cpp)
Which produces (in the firmware/build directory) core-firmware.bin
- Assuming I grabbed the most recent source for the above folders, does this eliminate the need for (or take care of) the CC3300 patch? Or does that have to be handled separately?
- Is there anything else that needs updating, that is not in those three folders? I assume I don’t (shouldn’t) touch the bootloader.
- To which address do I flash the resultant core-firmware.bin? AND WHAT DO THESE TWO LOCATIONS DO???
dfu-util -a 1 -s 0x00020000 -v -D core-firmware.bin
dfu-util -a 0 -s 0x08005000:leave -D core-firmware.bin
I’ve seen other addresses for other things (is there a list somewhere that spells them out?)
Lots of info on 3. here: https://github.com/spark/bootloader but I still don’t get it. Thanks