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Questions tagged [bootloader]

Refers to the code burned on the Arduino flash memory that runs every time the board is powered up. It starts the execution of user-loaded programs and allows uploading sketches from a PC through the USB connection. This tag should be used for questions about modifying, changing, uploading the default bootloader.

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Why are there two sets of tools and bootloaders in the Arduino IDE?

After digging around on a separate problem, I found that avrdude, avr-gcc and some more tools can be found in two different locations: (1): C:\Program Files\Arduino\hardware (2): C:\Users\<user&...
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Standalone ATMEGA328: Verification mismatch on random byte on -subsequent- uploads only

I have an Arduino Pro Mini as an ISP programmer with the ArduinoISP sketch running on it (19200 baud), and an addition in boards.txt that has a 'Standalone ATMEGA328 8MHz Internal' entry that ...
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What bootloader does the Arduino Micro come with?

I've been looking to modify the Arduino Micro bootloader (specifically changing the VendorID and ProductID) of the Arduino. What bootloader comes pre-installed on the Arduino Micro? and how would I go ...
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Can't burn bootloader, Says Invalid device signature

I am trying to burn bootloader on an Atmega 328P-PUon breadboard with minimal circuit using Arduino UNO, following up this Arduino Tutorial : https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoToBreadboard (...
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How does avrdude burn a bootloader much quicker than the Arduino IDE?

To burn a bootloader to the Arduino Micro (ATMega32u4), I'm using an Arduino Uno with the ArduinoISP program uploaded to it. 1st case: Arduino IDE Very straightforward, using the ArduinoISP sketch ...
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How i can have one code for multi sensors [closed]

am doing multi sensor project concerning PIR,vibration,tilt angle,temp&humidity,gas sensors with LCD in Arduiono mega ...i have each sensor code,need help on programming in one program
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Burning a bootloader onto my Arduino MEGA 2560 without another arduino board, or isp board

My youtube video explains it. It's starting to get on my nerves.
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Is ATmega 328 on Arduino UNO already bootloaded?

I've seen many tutorials on programming a ATmega 328 via Arduino. If i'm right, the atmega need to be bootloaded. I thought to remove the atmega present on the arduino board. But to bootloading atmega ...
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Do we really need to upload Arduino bootloader for new Atmega IC

I am using Atmega328p in my circuit. I will be programming this IC using Arduino. But because this is a PCB, so I will programming using USBasp programmer. So before uploading code as upload using ...
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Is it possible to burn a bootloader to an ATTiny85 with USB TTL and avrdude?

I have: An Digispark clone (with no Arduino bootloader) A USB -> TTL serial device A development breadboard Avrdude I want to burn the micronucleus bootloader to the chip. Is this possible, are ...
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Problem burning bootloader on ATmega328P using internal clock

I'm trying to burn the arduino bootloader onto my ATmega328P so it uses the internal clock. I followed the tutorial in this page but I'm getting this error. avrdude: Version 6.3, compiled on Dec 16 ...
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Burning the Arduino bootloader without an extra Arduino board

Is there any way to burn the Arduino bootloader on a standalone Atmega328 (internal clock 8MHz) from the Arduino official website without using an extra Arduino board to burn the bootloader? I mean, ...
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Flash a hex file to an MCU/Arduino over the air?

I have a processor AT328 , Arduino bootloaded, and a Bluetooth on the serial lines Tx,Rx . I would like to program the chip over Bluetooth, not using a computer or IDE, but mobile phone with my own ...
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Upload custom trinket firmware

I'd like to disable the trinket 10-second bootloader when powered up, so it will just begin running the program. I would still like to be able to press the reset button to re-program it. I found an ...
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How do I fix the serial loader on my Pro Mini?

I have an Arduino Pro Mini, 3v3, 8Mhz. I have in the past successfully programmed it over the serial line. I have two others, I can program them over the serial line. I can program the first one using ...
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Why do I get avrdude: stk500v2_ReceiveMessage(): timeout error when uploading to Arduino Mega?

I have an Arduino Mega clone and I haven't used it for a while. I remember it not working so when I plugged it in and tried uploading the code to it and sure enough it didn't work. So I plugged in an ...
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why leonardo bootloader is bigger than UNO?

Apparently leonardo and UNO are very similar boards. However, despite that both have the same flash memory size, Leonardo bootloader is considerably bigger than UNO bootloader (4KB vs 0.5KB). what ...
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The BOOTRST fuse was disabled, but bootloader code is still running after chip reset

I am experimenting with an ATmega328P bootloader, and I created an Intel HEX (.hex) file with a program with an infinite loop in the beginning and with Optiboot code at the end of the hex file. (Code ...
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Using Arduino libraries for adding more functionalities to a bootloader

I have a short question to ask before putting time for research. I have an Arduino Leonardo with the LUFA mass storage bootloader flashed. Now what I need to do is to add more functionalities to the ...
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Programming an ATmega328P by holding it on an Uno's

I was looking at this Uno clone, the Nanino and then happened to read this article on "Manhattan style" circuit design. Anyway, that got me thinking... If I borrowed someone's Arduino Uno, could I ...
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How is the bootloader activated when device is running?

For the sake of specificity I am referencing my question to Arduino. It applies to all AVRs with hardware USB and a bootloader though. The bootloader is capable of receiving new program data over the ...
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Arduino beginner question

I just got a new pro-micro Atmega32U4 board, and installed the current Arduino IDE (1.8) and cannot get it working. There is no entry for a pro-micro, so I chose Leonardo as it uses the same chip. ...
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Problem with uploading LUFA MassStorage .hex file to Leonardo

I have been trying to make my Leonardo board to work as a USB device. So I started with compiling the open source LUFA USB library demo "MassStorage" for the Leonardo board settings. Since I'm using ...
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Do we need to burn bootloader in new Atmega328p before uploading the arduino code

I have an arduino code which is working fine. Now I am planning to make a PCB out of it. But I do not want to use the complete Arduino board. I just want to use the Atmega328p microcontroller. So my ...
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Writing new functions into progmem after main program is burned

I've been experimenting with writing very basic operating system-like programs on the Arduino, and so far I have been running user-defined programs on a small virtual machine I wrote. This has been ...
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ard-reset-arduino resetting Leonardo/Micro via USB works on OSX, fails on Ubuntu

I'm trying to program a Leonardo (actually a Micro ATmega32U4) via the command line using USB. Schematically, I'm doing ard-reset-arduino followed by a sleep 1 and an avrdude command. This works ...
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Bootloader on Atmega328p overwrites whenever it gets programmed

I built my first custom circuit board with an Atmel ATMega328p-AU the tqfp-32 form factor. I connected xtal1 and xtal2 to an external 16mhz crystal to 22pf caps tied to ground. It seems to work great, ...
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Can I avoid having a bootloader if I use ISP to flash to an arduino? [duplicate]

My Trinket Pro waits about 10 seconds upon booting before starting the program that I have loaded on it. Can I avoid this delay and the bootloader taking up space if I flash my program directly to ...
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Problems building an Arduino Micro with through-hole components

So I'm trying to build an Arduino Micro using a bread-board and through-hole components. I'm leaving out the voltage regulator and voltage selector (see schematic at the bottom for reference). I'm ...
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How Bootload an Lilypad Arduino USB using Arduino UNO

I recently bought two lilypads USB, one works perfectly (it's recognized in my computer, but the other one it's never recognized, I even try in different computers and the same scenario with both ...
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Made a Adafruit Flora unusable

I was playing around with an Adafruit Flora and a strip of NeoPixel LEDs. After uploading the sketch to the Flora (via Arduino IDE), the LED strip lights for about 1 second and then dims to a dull ...
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Problems burning bootloader on custom ATMEGA2560 board for High-powered model rocketry

I've designed a custom board meant for high-powered model rocket telemetry & duel-deployment. (More info upon request) To do this, I've soldered a ATMEGA2560 (yes, overkill, but I needed ...
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How do I know if bootloader flash was successful?

I just bought a raw Atmega328p microcontroller. I am attempting to flash it with the Arduino bootloader. The process seemed relatively straightforward as I had just followed the posted tutorial (...
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Identifying Bootloader ttyACM# device

I'm using a modified version of Arduino Zero Bootloader. I am trying to write software to automatically detect which USB device the bootloader is currently running on in order to execute bossac. I ...
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Yikes! Invalid device signature. Fail to burn bootloader and read fuses

I know this problem is kinda common but I had to post it anyway. Before anything, I would like to inform you guys that I changed the fuse of my Arduino Pro 3v3 @ 8MHz to allow 1.8 V brownout and also ...
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Burn arduino bootloader using ubuntu 16

I get the following error when I try to burn the arduino bootloader on an atmega328 mcu: avrdude: verification error, first mismatch at byte 0x0000 0xfd != 0x05 I am using an Arduino as ISP ...
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Atmega8 with Arduino bootloader - wrong serial characters

I recently flashed bootloader of Arduino to Atmega8. Unfortunately I stumbled on a problem I can't solved. I am testing SerialEvent example on Atmega8. I modified it but started debugging it on my ...
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Burn bootloader on custom ATmega 2560 board

I have developed and produced a custom board with a ATmega 2560 on it and a FT232RL for USB communication. I want to burn an Arduino bootloader onto the board without using an external Arduino as ISP. ...
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Bootloader sequence

If I got the picture right(correct me if I'm wrong) the standard bootloader senses the serial comm, and if nothing is read it passes control to the core program, which roughly corresponds to int ...
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Standalone Arduino with ATMEGA328P / Serial working, but serial programming not (only once after buning bootloader)

For my master thesis I've designed a board with an ATMEGA328P-AU as micro controller. As I want to use some libraries and I like the simplicity, I want to use "Arduino" to program it. Everything ...
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how can i fix the error ? stk500v2_getsync(): timeout communicating with programmer

I bought this Chinese Arduino Mega 2560 16AU. This was the first time to deal with Arduino boards. When I try to upload a sketch I always get this error: stk500v2_getsync(): timeout communicating ...
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How to bootload a atmega328-pu using arduino uno?

I have some Atmega328-Pu micro-controllers without boot-loader program. Now I need to burn boot-loader to them all. I have two arduino uno boards having Atmega328 P-Pu micro-controllers on board. I ...
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Unable to reset arduino with RESET pin

I am using a custom built arduino UNO for some personal projects. I am using a custom optiboot bootloader given by Nick in this post. This was done to prevent the three LED flashes on digital pin 13. ...
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Burn new bootloader without crystal

I am considering purchasing these ATmega328 s from 3 pack ATmega328P. The company says they come with the Arduino UNO bootloader. I do NOT have any 16 MHz crystals, and I would like to make the ...
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How to not wait for USB to become active?

EDIT: My original question was a bit "off" since the Arduino Nano I was using appeared to be faulty. This edited question is based on my other Arduino Nano which is working. When I plug my Arduino ...
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Can burn bootloader but not sketches… thoroughly mystified!

I have a custom board designed to be essentially identical to the Arduino Micro (Atmega32u4). I can burn the bootloader (Caterina) and it burns just fine, including the fade-then-slow LED signal that ...
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avrdude/stk500 protocol error

I'm running into a bizarre problem. I've got a custom board using an Atmega328P, running off the internal oscillator. From Atmel studio, I've successfully uploaded the standard optiboot bootloader (...
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Confusion with ATmega328P and 3.3V/8MHz

Firstly, I have tried to set the bootloader to be 8MHz internal oscillator. I have tried the board setup from here - https://github.com/oshlab/Breadboard-Arduino. And also the breadboard-1-6-x.zip ...
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Upload sketch via Bluetooth using HC-06 module

I'm dealing with an application in which I need to upload sketches remotely to an arduino UNO board. I successufully managed to upload sketches using an HC-06 bluetooth adapter. The only problem is ...
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Burn normal bootloader onto Atmega328P configured to use internal 8MHz clock

I have an Atmega328P that I have previously burned with a bootloader configured to use the 8MHz internal clock as described here. I would like to now burn the normal Duemilanove bootloader configured ...