this ASFv4 USB library change fixes USB transfer. two transfer-size issues existed: - on multi-packet transfer if the last packet was less than the USB transfer packet size, the packet would be received but not acknowledged - during normal transfer the packet size of a previous packet set the size of the current packet, ignoring the actual transfer size transfer with a combination of partial or full USB single packet, USB multi-packet, max transfer, and control endpoint sizes was successfully tested (in bytes): 4, 32, 64, 128, 129, 512, 516, 544, 576, 640, 641, 1024, 1028 Change-Id: Ic4e64168e865362e12e0b76386f964895b8b6c20
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This is an implementation of the DFU mode of the USB DFU Device Class Specification for the Microchip SAM D5x/E5x micro-controller. It is meant to be used as bootloader to allow flashing the main application over USB.
The code has been developed for the Microchip SAM E54 Xplained Pro development board using a SAM E54 micro-controller. It should work on any chip of the SAM D5x/E5x device family by replacing the corresponding device-specific definitions (usually including the chip name in the file name).
The code uses the Atmel START ASFv4 library.
This implementation support the following USB DFU capabilities:
- can download: allowing to download the code over USB on the device (enabled per default)
- manifestation tolerant: allowing to download after a previous download (disabled per default)
- will detach: forcing the device the reset after a download, else it wit for a USB reset (enable per default)
Set the corresponding attributes in the 'DFUD_IFACE_DESCB' macro definition in the 'usb/class/dfu/device/dfudf_desc.h' file.
Use the 'Makefile' script to compile the source code using the ARM none EABI GCC cross-cimpilig toolchain:
cd gcc make
The resulting firmware binary is
To flash the bootloader you can either use the edbg tool over the EDBG interface of the SAM E54 Xplained Pro development board, or OpenICD with any SWJ adapter.
The USB DFU bootloader should be flashed in a protected area of the flash memory to prevent for erasing it, as specified in data sheet section 25.6.2 Memory Organization. The bootloader size is configured in the NVM user configuration BOOTPROT field, as specified in data sheet section 25.6.9 NVM User Configuration. The bit position of the BOOTPROT field is documented in data sheet section 9.4 NVM User Page Mapping. We need to reserve as least 2 pages of 8192 bytes for the bootloader since it is a bit larger than 10 KB (e.g. over 8 KB). This setting will also tell the bootloader where to flash the application firmware to (e.g. after the bootloader reserved space). The LED will blink once per second if this size is not set.
To flash the USB DFU bootloader, perform the following actions:
- remove reserved bootloader space so we can erase it:
edbg --target atmel_cm4v2 --fuse wv,29:26,15
- erase the whole flash:
edbg --target atmel_cm4v2 --fuse v,29:26,15 --erase
- program the bootloader:
edbg --target atmel_cm4v2 --fuse v,29:26,15 --program --verify --file AtmelStart.bin
- reserve bootloader space:
edbg --target atmel_cm4v2 --fuse wv,29:26,13