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arduino:burning_a_bootloader [2017/03/08 19:12]
mithat created
arduino:burning_a_bootloader [2017/03/08 19:15] (current)
mithat [Using an Arduino Uno as the ISP]
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 TL;DR: TL;DR:
  
-  - Load the ArduinoISP sketch from //Files > Examples// into the Arduino that will function as the programmer. 
-  - Wire up the Atmega that needs a bootloader burned onto it to the programmer Arduino. 
   - Select the correct port in //Tools > Port//   - Select the correct port in //Tools > Port//
-  - Select ​the correct ​"host" ​uC type in //Tools > Board// (e.g. Arduino/​Genuino Uno for ATMEGA328P-PU) +  - Load the ArduinoISP sketch from //Files > Examples// into the Arduino that will function as the programmer. 
-  - Select "Arduino ​is ISP" under //Tools > Programmer//​+  - Select ​"Arduino as ISP" ​under //Tools > Programmer//​ 
 +  - Select the correct target microcontrller ​type in //Tools > Board// (e.g. Arduino/​Genuino Uno for ATMEGA328P-PU) 
 +  - Wire up the target microcontrller to the Arduino ​that's functioning as the programmer.
   - Select //Tools > Burn Bootloader//​   - Select //Tools > Burn Bootloader//​
  
arduino/burning_a_bootloader.txt · Last modified: 2017/03/08 19:15 by mithat