Understanding the difference between bootloaders mboot and hw dfu

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lnsri22
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Re: Understanding the difference between bootloaders mboot and hw dfu

Post by lnsri22 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:06 am

Thanks Dave!!

Got it working.

Would like to present a scenario here.

What actually happening was , for some reason, the memory space 0x08008000 got erased, hence the application didn't show up despite being loaded correctly. Now, I have write protected the boot-loader space as well as the ISR space 0x08008000. Now it seems to jump to application as expected.

Thanks for the clarity.

Now I need to look into the possible cause for the ISR space getting erased.

Cheers!!
lnsri22 :)

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Re: Understanding the difference between bootloaders mboot and hw dfu

Post by nisha.kale1122 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 4:49 am

Hello,
I was searching the answer for same question and got here. Thanks for sharing the excellent answers and it was really very helpful.

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Re: Understanding the difference between bootloaders mboot and hw dfu

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Re: Understanding the difference between bootloaders mboot and hw dfu

Post by lnsri22 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 7:37 am

Cheers!!


Thanks to Dave for all his patience in answering these questions :D
lnsri22 :)

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Re: Understanding the difference between bootloaders mboot and hw dfu

Post by tocnaza » Sat Mar 02, 2019 6:10 pm

Hi,
I was searching the answer for same question and got here. Thanks for sharing the excellent answers and it was really very helpful.

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