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Flashing uboot onto P1024 without JTAG

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pavankumarg
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Hi,

I am currently using a P1024RDB .The board currently uses boot image from NOR flash. Does the P1024RDB support flashing of u-boot onto the board without a JTAG (serial or other methods if any). I want to flash my own u-boot image on the board for testing the peripherals.

Thanks.

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r8070z
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Have a great day,

U-boot itself can program NOR flash. U-boot may download image into memory, erase flash and write image to the flash. Please see

https://www.denx.de/wiki/view/DULG/UBootInstallUsingUBoot Check u-boot commands

The P1024RDB NOR flash can be split into two logical halves by setting the FBANK_SEL signal. The FBANK_SEL signal is controlled by setting SW4[8]. It also has NAND flash. So you can write your u-boot image without erasing the original.

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r8070z
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Have a great day,

U-boot itself can program NOR flash. U-boot may download image into memory, erase flash and write image to the flash. Please see

https://www.denx.de/wiki/view/DULG/UBootInstallUsingUBoot Check u-boot commands

The P1024RDB NOR flash can be split into two logical halves by setting the FBANK_SEL signal. The FBANK_SEL signal is controlled by setting SW4[8]. It also has NAND flash. So you can write your u-boot image without erasing the original.

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