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Questions tagged [icsp]

In-Circuit Serial Programming, when you program the chip without having to physically remove it and place it in a programmer.

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Arduino wont turn on as i have shorted the ICSP [closed]

My arduino wont turn on when pluged in. I put a breadboard down on the icsp pins and now it wont turn on.
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Suddently, “avrdude: Device signature = 0x000000” with ArduinoISP. Is my chip dead?

I have some boards with the atmega32u4 that they were working perfectly before. I'm using an unnoficial UNO board to program them via ICSP. To power the uC I'm using two lithium batteries and a step-...
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Using Due (SAM3X8E) native USB port for programming?

I would like to make my own version of the Arduino Due. What I can't find the answer to is; Can I program a blank SAM3X8E using the native USB port from within the Arduino IDE, or do I first need to ...
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parse intel hex into SPI commands for arduino ICSP AVR

I'm attempting to use the arduino as an ICSP AVR to flash hundreds of ATMEGA's 90USB162. I'm having some difficulties when trying to do the actual flashing of the chip. I've go all the wires done ...
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Purpose of USB (FTDI) and ICSP connectors

As an Arduino newbie I am a little bit confused about possible ways of programming and communicating with this device. I have done some research and it seems that: ICSP is used for programming with a ...
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Programming standalone 328P in circuit

I am designing a PCB using a 328P. As I understand it, I can either flash the chip via the ICSP header (without bootloader) or via Serial (if it has a bootloader already). But how does programming ...
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Connecting Arduino Wifi shield to Arduino Uno based Mcore board

I am trying to connect this mBot board to an external network, that's why I bought the arduino wifi shield. I am connecting the wifi shield to the 6pins (5V MOSI GND RST SCK MISO) of the mCore. ...
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After update via ICSP can't use usb for Serial Reading and Usb for programming board [closed]

after update software on my arduino Nano board via ICSP i can't use USB for serial monitor and update software, why?
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Programming Arduino via ICSP

I'm trying to programming Arduino Nano with another Arduino Nano via ICSP. I have a 6-pin cable directly connected to the ICSP's pin of the second board: ICSP NANO ISP 1 pin1 pin2 pin3 pin4 pin5 pin6 ...
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Alternative ways for read Serial Output

its possible to read serial ouput from ICSP or Tx Rx pin instead from USB port? If it's possible how? thanks for reply
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Minimum circuitry required to program an AVR

Where is the information what is the minimum-required circuitry to program any AVR via ICSP? Sometimes I see schematics that show just the chip and the six wires for the ICSP header (RESET, VCC, GND, ...
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SPI conflict with two shields - IOREF?

Update: I've refactored the code to be very resilient to boards missing or not being able to talk to them. Then I tinkered with a bunch of pins and learned that it all comes down to the IOREF pin ...
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Arduino Leonardo - Using ICSP pins for serial

I'd like to know if it's possible to use the ICSP header pins on the Leonardo as GPIO pins, for example for software serial, and how to address them. I've a project which needs all available I/O pins, ...
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FTDI Breakout with additional ISP connector

TL;DR - Can the six yellow ISP pins be used as a normal ISP? The usual USB-TTL FTDI breakout board looks like this: Recently, I came across a variant of the board shown below. However, what are the ...
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Use Arduino Yun Shield as ISP for bootloaded ATMega328-PU

My question is how do I replace the Aarduino Uuno board in this circuit: ...With an Arduino Yun shield? I can setup the hardware - ICSP configuration is easy enough - but how do I go about using the ...
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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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Does upload using `ICSP`overwrite the bootloader?

If I compile a sketch then upload using ICSP does it overwrite the bootloader? I am using Arduino program and Arduino Uno as ICSP.
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How does Arduino distinguish between SPI programming data and regular data?

The Arduino can be programmed using SPI without a boot loader. Without a boot loader, the Arduino starts running its sketch right away. So, how does the Arduino know that it is being programmed via ...
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Need some explain before desigin my own custom Arduino Due board

I'd like to ask you some questions about ARM processor from Atmel like the SAM3X8E, the one used in the Arduino Due. I have found this [AVR programming guide] from abcminiuser on avrfreaks very ...
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Arduino Nano, ICSP header and 595 Shift register

I'm trying to control a 4-digit 7 segment display with an Arduino Nano, but I'm getting something wrong. I'm using the ICSP header to interface with a 74HC595 Shift Register which is then connected to ...
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What's the difference between ICSP vs ISP?

I'm not sure if these terms are interchangeable or not. What's the difference between ICSP and ISP? Is it simply the reset? I've shown two configurations in this question I just asked. Are they both ...
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What is the proper way to turn an Arduino UNO into an ISP?

I have a bricked Arduino Uno and I want to try to flash the bootloader. I'm trying to figure out how to do it. On this tutorial from SparkFun you can see this diagram: They also show this table of ...
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Standalone Arduino

I have an Arduino Uno and I am using arduino 1.0.5 IDE. I followed he procedures for bootloading an atmega328P-PU on a breadboard using an Arduino Uno from the link: https://www.arduino.cc/en/...
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What are some fun things you can do using the ICSP header?

I bought 10 Arduino Nanos for a project, each with all of their headers soldered in place. Each was going to go into a tiny space, so I found myself needing do desolder the ICSP headers. This led to ...
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Have I bricked my Arduino Uno? Problems with uploading to board

I can't upload sketches to my Arduino Uno. Have I "bricked" it? What steps can I take to work out what is wrong? What can I do to fix it?
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Programming an Arduino BT-V06 using an UNO using ICSP

I have an Arduino BT-V06 laying around which I can't program over bluetooth for some reason. To be honest I don't understand the exact problem, but the problem is described in the question https://...
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Can I connect an RFID reader to the ICSP header?

I am connecting an RFID reader to my Arduino mega. The directions that I have found say that I need to use pins 50-53. I also noticed that the ICSP header contains (what looks like) a secondary ...
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What do these pins on the Uno do?

I've been wondering for a long time what these pins, labeled ICSP and blank, do. I can't seem to find a diagram that explains them, so I've been wondering: What are they for? Are they GPIO, or do ...
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Homebrew Arduino using ATMEGA328P, ISP or ICSP?

I plan on creating a homebrew Arduino breakout board using the ATMEGA328P smd version. I'm geeting confused by the wealth of information out there as to whether I should be using ICSP or ISP to ...
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Arduino Due SD Card

I have an Arduino Due and want to save data to an SD card. For this I use a 3.2 'display of ITead with integrated SD slot (http://imall.iteadstudio.com/im120419006.html). This I connected to the ...
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Can the Arduino Uno become an AVR programmer and use the ICSP header to program the target board

The Arduino Uno has an ICSP header that I imagine is for programming the board using a separate ICSP programmer. That is, its ICSP header turn the board into a target. Can one use that same ICSP to ...
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What's the 2nd ICSP header for in Arduino Uno R3?

Looking at my Arduino Uno R3 board and its reference design schematic I noticed that there's a second ICSP 6-pin header. In the schematic, the connector I'm referring to is named ICSP1. What's that ...