Commit eaefc8b9 authored by Daniel Campora's avatar Daniel Campora
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cc3200: Add WiPy specific information to README.md

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- Make sure that you have built both the *bootloader* and the *application* in **release** mode.
- Make sure the SOP2 jumper is in position.
- Open CCS_Uniflash and connect to the board (by default on port 22).
- Format the serial flash (select 1MB size in case of the CC3200-LAUNCHXL, leave the rest unchecked).
- Format the serial flash (select 1MB size in case of the CC3200-LAUNCHXL, 2MB in case of the WiPy, leave the rest unchecked).
- Mark the following files for erasing: `/cert/ca.pem`, `/cert/client.pm`, `/cert/private.key` and `/tmp/pac.bin`.
- Add a new file with the name of /sys/mcuimg.bin, and select the URL to point to cc3200\bootmgr\build\<BOARD_NAME>\bootloader.bin.
- Add another file with the name of /sys/factimg.bin, and select the URL to point to cc3200\build\<BOARD_NAME>\MCUIMG.BIN.
- Add another file with the name of /sys/factimg.bin, and select the URL to point to cc3200\build\<BOARD_NAME>\mcuimg.bin.
- Click "Program" to apply all changes.
- Flash the latest service pack (servicepack_1.0.0.1.2.bin) using the "Service Pack Update" button.
- Flash the latest service pack (servicepack_1.0.0.10.0.bin) using the "Service Pack Update" button.
- Close CCS_Uniflash, remove the SOP2 jumper and reset the board.
## Playing with MicroPython and the CC3200:
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- Through the UART.
**Connect to PORT 22, baud rate = 115200, parity = none, stop bits = 1**
- Through telnet.
* Connect to the network created by the board (as boots up in AP mode), **ssid = "micropy-wlan", key = "micropython"**
* Connect to the network created by the board (as boots up in AP mode), **ssid = "wipy-wlan", key = "www.wipy.io"** in the case of the WiPy
and **ssid = "launchpad-wlan", key = "micropython"** in the case of the Launchpad.
* You can also reinitialize the WLAN in station mode and connect to another AP, or in AP mode but with a
different ssid and/or key.
* Use your favourite telnet client with the following settings: **host = 192.168.1.1, port = 23.**
* Log in with **user = "micro" and password = "python"**
The board has a small file system of 64K located in the serial flash connected to the CC3200. SD cards are also supported, but
since the CC3200 LaunchXL doesn't come with an SD card socket installed, you will need to add one yourself. Any SD card breakout
board will do, as long as you connect it as described here: <http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/CC32xx_SDHost_FatFS>
The board has a small file system of 192K (WiPy) or 64K (Launchpad) located in the serial flash connected to the CC3200.
SD cards are also supported, you can connect any SD card and configure the pinout using the SD class API.
## Uploading scripts:
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## Upgrading the firmware Over The Air:
OTA software updates can be performed through the FTP server. After building a new MCUIMG.BIN in release mode, upload it to:
`/SFLASH/SYS/MCUIMG.BIN` it will take around 8s (The TI simplelink file system is quite slow because every file is mirrored for
safety). You won't see the file being stored inside `/SFLASH/SYS/` because it's actually saved bypassing FatFS, but rest assured that
`/flash/sys/mcuimg.bin` it will take around 6s (The TI simplelink file system is quite slow because every file is mirrored for
safety). You won't see the file being stored inside `/flash/sys/` because it's actually saved bypassing FatFS, but rest assured that
the file was successfully transferred, and it has been signed with a MD5 checksum to verify its integrity.
Now, reset the MCU by pressing the switch on the board, or by typing:
```python
import pyb
pyb.hard_reset()
pyb.reset()
```
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