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Reboot iMX from pitc_otp_mfg_mx28

Question asked by Trevor K on Jun 18, 2014
Latest reply on Jun 20, 2014 by Trevor K

Hello all,


I have been working with programming the OTP bits and am able to build and boot the pitc_otp_mfg_mx28 program and have it burn the bits just fine.  What I want to know, is if there is a command that the pitc_otp_mfg_mx28 can receive that can reboot the iMX to start using the information programmed in?


Essentially, I am programming the CRYPTO bits and want to load another program over USB, but it expects the CRYPTO keys to be in effect.  Is there a command to reboot and make these CRYPTO keys take effect?  I am using the MFG tool on Windows to do this. Alternatively, is there a place I can get the source code for pitc_otp_mfg_mx28 and build it in myself?